Do you know how to make your own mini-tsunami? Here’s how: First get a rock and find a fairly large puddle or a very small pond. The rock indicates the source of the force causing a tsunami. The puddle or pond represents the ocean. Throw the rock into the water a little bit away from the edge. Notice that when you throw the rock into the water it makes tiny waves that go in every direction possible. Those tiny waves represent tsunami waves in the ocean. As the waves get closer to the edge of the puddle or pond, they become larger just like a tsunami. Congratulations! You have just made your own mini-tsunami!