Lava Flow from Volcano Incinerates First Home on Hawaii's Big Island
Gavin was the historian this week. He shared an article about a slow lava flow from Hawaii's Kilauea Volcano. Yikes! He told us that the lava is starting to burn down houses. He told us that the people could only take a few things with them when they left. Gavin would take his dog, his family, and his blanket! Also, did you know that lava is 2,100 degrees. That's really hot! Gavin choose to share this article so he could learn about lava and because the important thing is that even though a house burned down the family got out safe. Thanks Gavin.
Today we explored the cube. A cube has six faces, eight vertices, one base (at a time), and all faces are equal squares. Did you know that you can make one out of paper? To make one all you need is paper, scissors, glue, and maybe some tape. After we made the cubes we turned them into dice and played five in a row. It was really cool to get to use the cubes we made right away. They will come home once we're done using them here!
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