This "I have who has" game reviews the rock cycle vocabulary for 4th-6th graders. Students read the vocabulary definitions and must find who has the correct term. Timing students can encourage them to help each other, communicate clearly, and set goals to beat their time.Includes 21 vocabulary words and 7 blank cards on a Word file that you can edit as well as instructions.
Rock Cycle [More important than you think! When picking rocks for hardscapes you want to use Metamorphic rock in most cases, especially with water (so it doesn't leach anything into the water) but it is also important to know what type of rockscape your c
Pasta Coquina: Make Your Own Sedimentary Rock--What a fun activity to do this summer to go along with our summer reading theme: Dig Into Reading! Pair it with a reading of A Rock is Lively. http://catalog.coolcat.org/iii/encore/record/C__Rb2742125__Srock%20is%20lively__Orightresult__X5?lang=eng=pearl
This is an expandable guide about the Rock Cycle and the different types of rock and how they are identified and classified! Compact and easy to use! Website Research Resources are in the foldable, so students can research on their own!
I distribute different types of rocks to students and instruct them to complete this graphic organizer. They draw their rock and describe its properties (color, luster, streak, hardness, break, and texture).