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Changes Written in Stone IES CERRO DEL VIENTO José Antonio Barea
Where do we find rocks? VolcanoesMountainsStreamsBeachesOceansEVERYWHERE!
Rocks can be... HardSoftShinyDullSmoothRough One color Many colors
Here are rocks that are hard and have many colors.
Here are rocks that are smooth and shiny.
We use rocks for... BuildingBeautyDecorationInstrumentsHealth
Did you know that rocks are even used for... Pets Pets Chalk Toothpaste !!! GlassSalt
Rocks become smaller, and smaller, and smaller, and smaller... By erosion By wind By earthquake By floods By rain By slides By man
Rocks become bigger, and bigger, and bigger, and bigger... By earthquakes By volcanoes By heat and pressure
The Life of a Rock Sedimentary Rock Metamorphic Igneous Changes are made from pressure and heat. Layers of sediment join together. Melted rock cools and hardens
Sedimentary Rock is... Rock formed when layers of small particles of shell, rock, and sand join together.
Metamorphic Rock is... Rock that is formed when pressure and heat create changes to sedimentary or igneous rock.
Igneous Rock is... Rock that is formed when melted rock cools and hardens.
THE EARTH ROCKS!!!
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Rocks The Life of a Rock Sedimentary Rock Metamorphic Igneous Changes are made from pressure and heat. Layers of sediment join together. Melted rock.
What is a rock? Where do we find rocks? How are rocks classified? What is the Rock Cycle?
Sedimentary Magma Weathering/ Erosion Compaction/ Cementation Heat/ Pressure Metamorphic Melting Cooling Igneous Sediments.
ROCKS Read each slide. Look at each picture. Answer each question.
By Madison Bailey. Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic.
February 18, The earth’s crust is made up of 3 types of rocks.
THE ROCK CYCLE. Creators & Destroyers CREATORS 1.Cooling 2.Compaction & Cementation DESTROYERS 1.Erosion 2.Melting COMBINATION 1.Heat & Pressure.
Rocks 3 Main Types. What are ROCKS? A rock is a naturally occurring solid mixture of one or more minerals, or organic matter Rocks are classified by how.
Predicting the Rock Cycle. Beginning With Metamorphic Rock Metamorphic Rock (formed under great heat & pressure) Igneous Rock Sedimentary Rock May be.
The Rock Cycle All rocks can change from one form to another!
Earths Rocks Presented by: Quinn Sheldon and Parker Wagaman.
Rock Cycle A model that shows how rocks are created and changed from one type to another.
Minerals are natural, nonliving substances that make up rock. Rocks can be made up of more than one mineral.
Magma/lava sediments THE ROCK CYCLE. The Rock Cycle Using your book (p119) to fill in your rock cycle diagram. –Label the 3 Rock Types –Every Arrow should.
By: Anay Castro, Leslie Martinez, Kristen Chadwick, Kundi Zenda.
A. Igneous B. Sedimentary C. Metamorphic D. Minerals.
ROCKS Igneous, Sedimentary, and Metamorphic Rocks have been around for a very long time……….
What are Rocks? A rock is a hard substance composed of one or more minerals.
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.
The word igneous means fire. This will help us remember how they are formed. These are rocks that are formed from magma that has cooled and hardened.
Presented By: Sydney Straw and Dawsen Ballard. Sedimentary Rocks Sedimentary rocks are made of sediments. The sediments are compacted together. These.
Igneous. Igneous Rock Igneous rocks form when melted rock from deep below the Earth’s surface cools and hardens. As it cools the minerals form crystals.
Chapter 7 Rocks and Minerals. Minerals vs. Rocks Mineral: Natural, solid substance that has a specific chemical composition and physical structure
Rock Cycle Unit Vocabulary 7 th Grade Science. Weathering The breaking down of Earth’s materials by natural processes (water, wind, ice, chemicals, etc.)
streak rock A. The color of a mineral when it is ground to a powder B. a solid material made up of one or more materials.
Rock Types Igneous Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Today copy everything.
Jeopardy MineralsRocks The Rock Cycle Weathering Erosion Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Unit 4 Earth – Systems, Structures, and Processes Objective 6.E.2.3.
Igneous, Metamorphic and Sedimentary. A rock is a naturally formed, solid material made up of one or more minerals. What does naturally formed mean? What.
And the Rock Cycle. 3 main types of rock Sedimentary Metamorphic Igneous.
Rocks… what are the different types and how are they formed?
The Rock Cycle Sedimentary Metamorphic Igneous. Rock – a naturally formed solid that is usually made up of one or more types of minerals Rock Cycle –
Vocabulary Rock Cycle Identifying Minerals Weathering.
Rock Cycle. There are three major types of rocks Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic.
The Rock Cycle A Cycle of Many Pathways (pages 114–116)
The Rock Cycle. Meta- morphic Rocks Sedi- mentary Rocks Igneous Rocks MAGMA SEDIMENTS.
Erosion moving Earth materials from one place to another Geology the study of the Earth remains of past life on Earth Fossils.
The Rock Cycle. Anywhere on Earth… You may observe processes (such as earthquakes and volcanoes ) changing Earth’s landforms because of processes inside.
All About Rocks. There are 3 types of rocks: -Igneous rocks -Sedimentary rocks -Metamorphic rocks.
100 Minerals Sedimentary Rocks Igneous Rocks Metamorphic Rocks Rock Cycle.
The Rock Cycle. Sedimentary rock- weathered and eroded sediment layered into rocks.
Daily Warm-Up Exercises1 Day 12 How can sand being carried by a river eventually become sandstone? When the river slows, the sand settles and forms a layer.
Igneous rocks are formed by volcanoes.when the volcano erupts the lava dries on the land and becomes what we call Igneous rock.
stAIR Project By: Sarah Barnes Introduction All rocks change slowly from one type to another, again and again. The changes form a cycle, called "the.
The Rock Cycle. Rocks 3 Types of Rocks Sedimentary Sedimentary Metamorphic Metamorphic Igneous Igneous What type of rock can a sedimentary rock turn.
December 4. The rock in Grand Canyon National Park is formed from layers of sand, minerals, and shells. Which type of rock is present at Grand Canyon.
Jeopardy Rocks, Rock! Name That Rock Soil Rock Facts Rocks On the Move Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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