2Setting up your foldable First fold your paper in half (hamburger, not hot dog).Hold your paper so that it opens like a book.Now, using a ruler, draw 3 horizontal lines at the following distances from the top:6 cm14 cm22 cm
3Setting up your foldable In the top section (above your 6cm) label this Types of RocksNow, turn your paper sideways and flip it over so that the fold is now at the topAlong the top of this side of the paper, label it The Rock Cycle
4The Rock CycleOn this side of the foldable you will be drawing and labeling the rock cycle.You can use page 507 to help you.You need to include all facts, labels, arrows, and images.You will also be graded on neatness and color.
5Grading is as follows: Rock Cycle – use page 507 Sedimentary Rock (2pts)Metamorphic Rock (2pts)Igneous Rock (2 pts)Facts (11 pts)Arrows (7pts)Color (8 pts)Neatness (8 pts)Total Points
6Types of RocksOn this side of the foldable you will be drawing and listing facts for each type of rockFirst, you need to use scissors to cut your paper along your horizontal lines that you drew.
7Types of RocksYou should have already labeled the 1st flap Types of RocksThe 2nd flap should be labeled Sedimentary RocksThe 3rd flap should be labeled Metamorphic RocksThe 4th and final flap should be labeled Igneous Rocks
8Types of RocksFor each rock type you need to draw a picture of that type of rock on the flapYou will also need to use the book to list 4 examples of that type of rock.You will then need to open your flap and list 4 facts about each type of rock (your book will give you all the information you need)
9Grading is as follows: Rock types Labels Illustrations (2pts each) Examples(minimum of 4)Fact 1Fact 2Fact 3Fact 4SedimentaryMetamorphicIgneousColor (7pts)****************************Neatness(7pts)Total Points