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Rocks Big rocks into pebbles, Pebbles into sand. I really hold a million, million Rocks here in my hand. Florence Parry Heide
1. Do You Know? 2. Record Your Changes 3. Changes Inside the Earth 4. Changes at Earth’s Surface 5. Changes & the Rock Cycle 6. Changes Make Earth’s Treasures 7. Change to Investigating 8. Words You Should Know 9. 9. Record The Changes in Your Knowledge 10. Bibliography
How do rocks change? How are rocks formed? How are rocks treasured?
Fill in your K-W-L Chart. Write what you know. Write what you wonder. Discover all that you have learned.
Think about these: Volcanoes Earthquakes Heat and earth’s movement change what rocks look like and change landforms. What landforms do volcanoes and earthquakes form?
Think About These: Water Wind Ice Erosion and weathering change rocks and land formations. What changes do you see?
What are the main parts of the rock cycle that you should know?
Igneous Rock Igneous rock comes from cooled magma and lava. What are some names of igneous rock?
Sedimentary Rock Pieces of rock erode and pile up in layers to create sedimentary rocks. This is where you can find fossils. What other types of rock are sedimentary rocks?
Metamorphic Rocks Metamorphic rock are sedimentary or igneous rocks that have been changed under pressure while deep in the crust of the earth. What kinds of rocks are metamorphic rock?
Man changes rocks in many ways. Look for ways that rocks are used.
Read both non-fiction and fiction books. When You are done, check out these websites! Ask Seymour Simon a question. Learn about different kinds of rocks. Solve some rock mysteries. View a movie on the rock cycle. See children think about rocks.
Core Crust Earthquake Erosion Fossil Glacier Ingenious Lava Mantle Magma Metamorphic Mineral Rock Cycle Sedimentary Soil Volcano Weathering
Go Back to Your KWL Chart. Record what have your learned. Share with your classmates.
Bibliography Flanagan, A. (2001) Rocks. Compass Books: MN, Minneapolis York, P. (2002) Earth. Doris Kindersley Limited: London www. brainpop. com/science/earth/rockcycle/index. weml? & tried_cookie=true www. childrensmuseum. org/geomysteries/mysteries. html www. fi. edu/fellows/fellow 4/nov 98/welcome. html www. rockhounds. com/rockshop/table. shtml www. seymoursimon. com