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Rocks and Minerals Lapbook and Unit Study – Part I

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Identifying Rocks

science Rock Cycle - When picking rocks for hardscapes use Metamorphic rock, especially with water (so it doesn't leach anything into water) also important to know what type of rockscape animals may have evolved in.

This photo shows the stages or rock. I think this picture is interesting because it shows that igneous rock can change to metamorphic rock and sedimentary rock can change to metamorphic rock. Also that the sediments can change to sedimentary rock and igneous rock can change to sediments. -- name?

The Rock Cycle.with a cute song to "We Will Rock You!"- good for Steffiny and Greg teaching grade Science.

Rocks and Minerals Lap book and Lab Report unit great for 2nd grad, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade. Science unit. Scissors and Crayons

Rocks and Minerals Lapbook and Lab Report

Rocks and Minerals Lap book and Lab Report unit great for grad, grade, grade, grade. Scissors and Crayons

Little Birdie Secrets: make a framed rock collection tutorial {crafting with boys} - I totally could have done this with my childhood rock collection... we'll see if my children are rock collectors as well. I'm thinking adding a place under the rocks, almost like an insect display.

Little Birdie Secrets: make a framed rock collection tutorial {crafting with boys}<-- this would be a good craft to do for travel. grab a rock from everywhere you go. Not just for boys!

Rocks & Fossils - FREE Presentations in PowerPoint format, Free Interactives and Games

Science - Rocks - FREE Lesson Plans & Games Rotello - I think y'all finished rocks already, but this may be something good!

Weathering, erosion, deposition Earth Science - Break, Move, Drop - TPR Rock Cycle Chant!

Wren this made me think of you. Might be something to included for your geology unit :) Weathering, erosion, deposition Earth Science - Break, Move, Drop - TPR Rock Cycle Chant!

Here's a terrific video from Geology Kitchen on three types of rocks and how they form. (Yes, that's a kitchen, and the host is wearing a "Kiss the Geologist" apron.) The examples he uses can be replicated in the classroom.

3 Types of Rocks- very fun! Geologist Devin Dennie heads to the kitchen to demonstrate the differences between the three types of rocks.

Types of Rocks Anchor Chart

9 Must Make Anchor Charts for Science

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