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Jeopardy Game The Rock Cycle
The Rock Cycle Igneous Rocks 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts Metamorphic Rocks 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts Sedimentary Rocks 10 pts 20 pts 30 pts 40 pts 50 pts
Question 1 Mixture of minerals, volcanic glass, organic matter, or other material Rock Check Answer
Question 2 A model showing the processes that create and change rock. Rock Cycle Check Answer
Question 3 _________ rock can be changed by heat and pressure into metamorphic rock. Sedimentary Rock Check Answer
Question 4 __________ rock can be broken into fragments that may later form sedimentary rock. Igneous Check Answer
Question 5 ______ rock can melt and cool to form igneous rock. Metamorphic Check Answer
Question 6 Magma reaches the surface flows from a volcano as ____________. Lava Check Answer
Question 7 Magma trapped below the surface forms large – grained ______________ rock when it cools. Intrusive Check Answer
Question 8 Magma cooling at or near Earths surface forms small-grained __________ igneous rock. Extrusive Check Answer
Question 9 Igneous rocks are classified in 2 ways. 1.______________ 2.______________ Intrusive and extrusive Check Answer
Question 10 Volcanic glass rock __________ so quickly that few crystals form. cool Check Answer
Question 11 _____________ and ______________ result from one layer of rock on top of another layer. Heat and pressure Check Answer
Question 12 Sometime temperature and pressure are great enough to melt rock, forming ______________. magma Check Answer
Question 13 _____________ texture – mineral grains flatten and line up in parallel layers or bands. Foliated texture Check Answer
Question 14 _______ texture - mineral grains grow and rearrange but do not form layers. Nonfoliated texture Check Answer
Question 15 Sometimes ____________ flattens mineral grains in rocks without melting them. Pressure Check Answer
Question 16 Type of rock mostly found on the exposed surface of Earth. Sedimentary Rock Check Answer
Question 17 Sedimentary Rocks form in __________. layers Check Answer
Question 18 Rock fragments, mineral grains, and bits of plants and animal remains moved by wind, water, ice or gravity are called _________________. sediments Check Answer
Question 19 When water and other minerals move through open spaced between larger sediments, gluing them together, ____________ occurs. cementation Check Answer
Question 20 _________ ___________ rocks are made from the remains of once – living plants or animals. Organic sedimentary Check Answer
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Sedimentary Rocks Rocks made of bits & pieces of other rocks.
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The Rock Cycle One kind of rock turns into another which turns into another which turns into another which turns into another.
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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.
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