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Click on a lesson to continue. Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4

Click on a lesson to continue. Lesson 1 Lesson 2 Lesson 3 Lesson 4 Finding Rocks Similar and Different Physical Properties Lesson 5 Lesson 6 Lesson 7 Teacher Physical Properties Types of Rocks Names of Rocks Resources Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com

Rocks are everywhere! Before we begin, let’s see if you can guess some things

Rocks are everywhere! Before we begin, let’s see if you can guess some things that are made from rocks. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 1

What’s made of rock? Clue #1 It is in many classrooms. Clue #2 It

What’s made of rock? Clue #1 It is in many classrooms. Clue #2 It breaks easily. Clue #3 You can write with it. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 1

What is it? Chalk Created by Stacy Hurney hurney@gmail. com Lesson 1

What is it? Chalk Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 1

What’s made of rock? Clue #1 It is outside. Clue #2 It is black

What’s made of rock? Clue #1 It is outside. Clue #2 It is black with yellow and white lines. Clue #3 You can drive on it. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 1

What is it? A road Created by Stacy Hurney hurney@gmail. com Lesson 1

What is it? A road Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 1

What’s made of rock? Clue #1 It comes from deep inside the earth. Clue

What’s made of rock? Clue #1 It comes from deep inside the earth. Clue #2 It is very hot. Clue #3 It flows from a volcano. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 1

What is it? View this video to find out! (2: 10) Only unitedstreaming users

What is it? View this video to find out! (2: 10) Only unitedstreaming users can view the videos. Login to unitedsteaming first and then click on the link above. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 1

By the end of our unit, you will: Pretend you are a geologist. You

By the end of our unit, you will: Pretend you are a geologist. You will use what you have learned about rocks to correctly state the name of a rock. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 2

When you are completing your work, ask yourself these questions: Is my journal complete?

When you are completing your work, ask yourself these questions: Is my journal complete? Is my work correct? Did I work well with my partners? Did I follow the directions? Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 2

You will be graded on the following: Is my journal complete? Is my work

You will be graded on the following: Is my journal complete? Is my work correct? Did I work well with my partners? Did I follow the directions? 4 = You did all the above 3 = You did most of the above 2 = You did some of the above 1 = You did none of the above Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 2

Any questions? Let’s begin! Created by Stacy Hurney hurney@gmail. com Lesson 2

Any questions? Let’s begin! Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 2

Lesson 1 By the end of today you will: ü identify places to find

Lesson 1 By the end of today you will: ü identify places to find rocks ü state different objects made from rocks Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 1

Let’s learn more about rocks. Watch these two videos. Think about: Who studies rocks?

Let’s learn more about rocks. Watch these two videos. Think about: Who studies rocks? Where can you find rocks? What is made of rock? Video 1 (2: 36) Video 2 (1: 03) Only unitedstreaming users can view the videos. Login to unitedsteaming first and then click on the link above. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 1

Now, answer the following questions in your science journal. Make a web of places

Now, answer the following questions in your science journal. Make a web of places you can find rocks. What is made of rock? Make a list. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Back to Lessons Lesson 1

Lesson 2 By the end of today you will: ücollect four rocks to observe

Lesson 2 By the end of today you will: ücollect four rocks to observe more closely Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 2

What did we learn yesterday? • A geologist studies rocks. • You can find

What did we learn yesterday? • A geologist studies rocks. • You can find rocks in oceans, valleys and deserts. • Buildings, statues and pottery are made from rocks. Think about where you can find rocks. Let’s go outside and find four rocks that you would like to look at more closely. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 2

When we come back inside: 1. Put your rocks on your desk. 2. Put

When we come back inside: 1. Put your rocks on your desk. 2. Put a label on each rock. 3. Be ready to take a walk around the room to see what everyone found. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Back to Lessons Lesson 2

Lesson 3 By the end of today you will: üstate how your rocks are

Lesson 3 By the end of today you will: üstate how your rocks are similar and different Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 3

Physical Properties of Rocks Observe your rocks. How are they similar and different? Record

Physical Properties of Rocks Observe your rocks. How are they similar and different? Record your answers in your science journal. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 3

Watch these two videos. Think about: Do you think your rocks are hard or

Watch these two videos. Think about: Do you think your rocks are hard or soft? Which rock is the biggest? Which rocks are shiny? Which are dull? Video 3 (3: 32) Video 4 (1: 38) Only unitedstreaming users can view the videos. Login to unitedsteaming first and then click on the links below. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Back to Lessons Lesson 3

Lesson 4 By the end of today you will: üobserve and describe the physical

Lesson 4 By the end of today you will: üobserve and describe the physical properties of your rocks Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 4

Physical Properties of Rocks Yesterday, we learned that rocks can be different ü sizes

Physical Properties of Rocks Yesterday, we learned that rocks can be different ü sizes ü shapes ü colors ü hardness Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 4

Physical Properties of Rocks Compare the physical properties of your rocks. Record your answers

Physical Properties of Rocks Compare the physical properties of your rocks. Record your answers in your science journal. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Back to Lessons Lesson 4

Lesson 5 By the end of today you will: üweigh your rocks and order

Lesson 5 By the end of today you will: üweigh your rocks and order them from lightest to heaviest ügroup your rocks from smallest to largest Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 5

Properties of Rocks Put your rocks in order from biggest to smallest. Use the

Properties of Rocks Put your rocks in order from biggest to smallest. Use the student activity mat to help you. Record your answer in your science journal. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 5

Properties of Rocks Then, put your rocks in order from heaviest to lightest. Use

Properties of Rocks Then, put your rocks in order from heaviest to lightest. Use the student activity mat to help you. Record your answer in your science journal. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Back to Lessons Lesson 5

Lesson 6 By the end of today you will: üidentify the three types of

Lesson 6 By the end of today you will: üidentify the three types of rocks Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 6

Types of Rocks There are 3 types of rocks: Igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic. Think about:

Types of Rocks There are 3 types of rocks: Igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic. Think about: How is each type of rock formed? Video 5 (2: 08) Video 6 (2: 14) Only unitedstreaming users can view the videos. Login to unitedsteaming first and then click on the link above. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 6

Types of Rocks There are 3 types of rocks: Igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic. Learn more

Types of Rocks There are 3 types of rocks: Igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic. Learn more about how each type of rock is formed at these websites: Igneous Sedimentary Metamorphic Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 6

Think/Pair/Share Think to yourself. What are three types of rocks? How are they formed?

Think/Pair/Share Think to yourself. What are three types of rocks? How are they formed? Turn to a partner and discuss the answers. What are three types of rocks? How are they formed? Now, let’s talk about it as a class. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Back to Lessons Lesson 6

Lesson 7 By the end of today you will: ücompare your rocks to those

Lesson 7 By the end of today you will: ücompare your rocks to those in books and on websites üidentify the type of one rock Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Lesson 7

What’s your rock? Pick one rock. Look at the rock guides and websites. Can

What’s your rock? Pick one rock. Look at the rock guides and websites. Can you guess the name of your rock? Record your answer in your science journal. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com Back to Lessons Lesson 7

Rock Websites Rock Pictures and Names Rock Pictures Created by Stacy Hurney hurney@gmail. com

Rock Websites Rock Pictures and Names Rock Pictures Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com More Teacher Resources

Teacher Resources People who have United Streaming accounts may view the videos from the

Teacher Resources People who have United Streaming accounts may view the videos from the links below. You must login to unitedstreaming FIRST before you click on the links below. Intro What’s Inside the Earth? Volcanoes and Lava (2: 10) Video 1 Rocks: The Solid Earth Material #1 Introduction (2: 36) Video 2 Rocks: The Solid Earth Material #1 Geologist (1: 03) Video 3 Rocks: The Solid Earth Material #1 Rocks are Different (3: 32) Video 4 Rocks: The Solid Earth Material #1 Rocks are Different Sizes (1: 38) Video 5 Rocks: The Solid Earth Material #1 The Types of Rocks (2: 08) Video 6 Junior Geologist: Rocks and Minerals Three Types of Rocks (2: 14) Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com More Teacher Resources

Teacher Resources Student Science Journal Student Activity Mat (10 pages) (For Use With Lesson

Teacher Resources Student Science Journal Student Activity Mat (10 pages) (For Use With Lesson 5) Teacher Lesson Plan These documents are pdf files. You can download Acrobat Reader for free to read these files. Created by Stacy Hurney [email protected] com