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  • Rocks & Minerals - … How Metamorphic Rock Is Formed Metamorphic rocks are rocks that have "morphed" into another kind of rock. These rocks were once igneous or sedimentary rocks. How … rock are. Schist Rocks Schist rocks are metamorphic. These rocks can be formed from basalt, an igneous rock; shale, a sedimentary rock; or slate, a metamorphic rock. Through tremendous heat and pressure, these rocks were transformed into this new kind of rock. Gneiss Rocks Gneiss rocks are metamorphic. These rocks may …
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  • Rocks & More - … pressure or heat. Strong chemicals can also change rocks into metamorphic rocks. 3. Sedimentary rocks are made from things that collect for millions … rock hunting. * Go on your own rock hunt. * Create a rock and gem catalog describing each rock in your collection. * Suggest uses for your rocks. * People that study rocks are …
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  • Rocks and Minerals - … minerals cause the sediments to stick together and form rock. Metamorphic rocks are rocks that have been changed. Igneous, sedimentary, or other metamorphic … together forming new rocks called sedimentary rocks. 18. Show students several examples of sedimentary rocks. 19. Inform students about metamorphic rocks. Metamorphic rocks are formed … heat and pressure are called ___________. A. metamorphic rocks B. sedimentary rocks C. igneous rocks 2. Rocks are made out of ___________________. A. crystals …
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  • What are Rocks and Minerals? How can they help us? - … rocks. The three types of rocks are igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks. Some rocks are hard but there are rocks that are soft. An igneous rock is formed from molten rock … results. Explanation of Data that Appears on Graph Rocks and Minerals Rocks and Minerals Rocks and Minerals Post-Post Pre-Test Post-Test …
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  • Fifth Grade Rocks - … rocks: Earth-Enchanted Learning Sedimentary Rocks describes how these rocks are formed and types of rocks Obsidian Rock Igneous Rocks shows volcanic activity which produces igneous rocks Metamorphic Rocks explains how the rock … of the following sites: *Earth-Enchanted Learning *Sedimentary Rocks *Igneous Rocks *Metamorphic Rocks *Obsidian Rocks Review the sites and write down new and/or …
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  • Making & Breaking: The Rock Cycle - … surface, which then hardens into igneous rock. Extreme heat or pressure can change rocks into metamorphic rocks. Rocks that are exposed to the atmosphere … rocks. The rock cycle is a very slow cycle. Rocks might take a thousand years to change into another type of rock. In the rock cycle, rocks
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  • Rock Solid - … subject areas Physical Science Earth and Space curricular units Rock Cycle activities Rocks, Rocks, Rocks Soapy Stress Educational Standards : Colorado Science a. Gather, analyze … to metamorphic rocks, like this gneiss. click for copyright Figure 6. Rock cycle. All new rocks are created from old rocks. Different rock types depend … crust. Rock cycle: All new rocks are created from old rocks. Different rock types depend on their forming process. Rock falls: A fall of rocks, as …
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  • Science Rocks - … the teacher: Textual material on the rock cycle, igneous rock samples, metamorphic rock samples, sedimentary rock samples, pictures of rocks, rock guide books, chart paper, droppers … the students: Textual material on the rock cycle, igneous rock samples, metamorphic rock samples, sedimentary rock samples, pictures of rocks, rock guide books, chart paper, droppers and vinegar (or diluted HCl). Vocabulary: igneous rock luster magma metamorphic rock properties of rocks rock
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  • Rocks: What Are They? - … Stone has a teaching kit with rock samples including a rock identification chart. The rock samples are all rocks from Virginia. Luck Stone P … in the large blocks adding sediments, lava, sedimentary rock, igneous rock, and metamorphic rock. (Write those terms in the correct places on the … not organized in any way. Identifying Rocks All rocks are identified The majority of rocks (Note: Identifying rocks and labeled according is very difficult …
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  • Rocks - … uniformitarianism related to rock formation? How do igneous rocks form? How do sedimentary rocks form? How do metamorphic rocks form? How do rocks change? CONNECTIONS … written. You may only use the terms sedimentary rock, igneous rock, metamorphic rock and the rock cycle. No other words may be used. You … how the process for forming the rock begins. (Igneous rocks melt, Sedimentary rocks are broken into fragments, Metamorphic Rocks are put under heat and …
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