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Earth Unit Lesson 4
ROCKS AND MINERALS! Beth Carter, White Knoll Elementary Lexington School District One
What are minerals?
Minerals! A solid object that was formed in nature, and has never been alive.
Examples of Minerals Quartz Calcite Iron Hematit e Diamond
Uses of Minerals Quartz makes glass. Diamonds make jewelry. Many things that we see and use every day are made from iron.
What are rocks?
Rocks are made of minerals. Some rocks are made of just one, while others are made of many. Granite is a rock that is made of three minerals.
How Rocks Form Flowing water, exploding volcanoes, and heat and pressure from inside the Earth all form the three types of rocks.
The Three Types of Rocks Igneous Rock Sedimentary Rock Metamorphic Rock
Uses of Rocks Buildings Statues Computer chips Art
Minerals and Rocks Rocks are made of one or more minerals Minerals and rocks have many uses There are three types of rocks: Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic
Rocks and Minerals Videos Introduction to Rocks and Minerals Video http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/videos/che mistry/mineralchemistry.html http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/videos/che mistry/mineralchemistry.html Exploring Rocks and Minerals Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F11- GE7YWuc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F11- GE7YWuc Interactive Sites http://interactivesites.weebly.com/rocks- and-minerals.html http://interactivesites.weebly.com/rocks- and-minerals.html
ROCKS AND MINERALS! Beth Carter, White Knoll Elementary Lexington School District One.
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3 Kinds of Rock Igneous – rock that has melted and re- solidified. Sedimentary – Formed from sediments that have been compacted and cemented together.
Lesson 2 Power Point. Igneous Rocks Igneous rocks are formed from magma (Arizona, 2007). “The two main types of igneous rocks are plutonic and volcanic.
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A. Igneous B. Sedimentary C. Metamorphic D. Minerals.
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The Rock Cycle. Rocks Rock- mixture of minerals, glass, or organic matter compacted together examples: granite, limestone, obsidian.
By Thais Pizarro. Igneous rocks are formed when melted rock (lava) cools and hardens. Metamorphic rocks form deep inside the Earth when rocks are put.
Observing Rocks 3 Types of Rocks. o What are hills, beaches and the ocean floor all made of? ROCKS!!! o Rocks are found everywhere on Earth. o All rocks.
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Created By Jaylie and Carter IgneousSedimentary Metamorphic other
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Minerals and Rocks Unit Week 16 Directions 1.Prepare your desk for science. 2.Use voice level 2 (conversation) to discuss these questions: What are minerals.
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Dana Smith-Heffernan EDCI 604 Podcasting Spring 2010.
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Rocks and Minerals Power point study guide. What is a mineral? A natural solid that has its particles arranged in a crystal pattern. Example: quartz.
Rocks and Minerals. Questions to think of: What do you notice about the color? What do you notice about the shape? Is it a rock or mineral? Why? What.
The rocks you see around you - the mountains, canyons & riverbeds, are all made of minerals. A rock is made up of 2 or more minerals. Think of a chocolate.
2 nd Grade Utah Core Curriculum - Standard 2 - Objective 1.
Rocks https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=xi6kM bvJty4&feature=yout u.be.
What are rocks and minerals? All rocks are made of minerals A mineral is a pure substance that forms naturally in the Earth Rocks can contain one.
Bellringer: Check DR 1-B 2-C 3- building materials 4- weathering 5- sediment 6- erosion 7- deposition 8- minerals 9- uplift 10- surface 11- C 21- A 12-
Rock Types Igneous Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Today copy everything.
Inside Earth Chapter 5 Rocks 5.1 Classifying Rocks https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lE3jR_RhxO4.
Wanted Dead or Alive Obsidian Gneiss Sandstone.
Rocks and Minerals Rocks are made of minerals, which are solid nonliving substances formed by natural processes in or on the Earth.
What’s so special about rocks ????? So why are rocks important?
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ROCKSROCKS youtube.co m/watch?v= 7SYQX_yg d2c.
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