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3rd Grade Rocks and Minerals VocabularyMs. Thornburg’s Flash Cards!
What do we call the process whereby each type of rock can be changed into another?Rock cycle Your Name
What do we call a solid object that was formed in nature and was never alive?Mineral Your Name
What do we call a rock that forms from material that has settled into layers that are squeezed together over time? Sedimentary rock Your Name
What do we call a solid substance made of minerals?Rock Your Name
What do we call the part liquid, part solid, hot iron center of the Earth?Core Your Name
What do we call the thin, solid outer layer of the Earth?Crust Your Name
What do we call a rock that was once melted, but has cooled and hardened?Igneous rock Your Name
What do we call the thicker, hotter, softer layer of the Earth located below the crust?Mantle Your Name
What do we call igneous, sedimentary, or metamorphic rock that has been changed by heat and pressure? Metamorphic rock Your Name
The rocky outer layer of the Earth.
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