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  • Jessica Smith

    AMAZING SITE FOR ROCK AND MINERAL LESSONS!!!!!!! E is for Explore!: geology/rocks and minerals [Series of lessons/demos for earth science]

  • Liana Catherine

    I love this idea for reinforcing an earth science unit of study!

  • Hazel Fennen

    Earth science, rock unit: Lesson on how different types of rocks are formed using crayons.

  • Sandra Ferrero

    Use old crayons to make crayon rock cycle - sedimentary, igneous and metamorphic rocks! Great idea!

  • Kelly Krause Brovelli

    Simulate the different rock types using crayon shavings, boiling water and aluminum foil. (From: Momma Owl's Lab: Crayon Rocks)

  • Lynn Ralston

    Use old crayons to make crayon rock cycle - sedimentary, igneous and metamorphic rocks! Ahh, I cannot wait to teach science!!

  • Hannah Galloway Souther

    Crayon Rocks - 4th grade science

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Very cool for science. i will share this with my new science teacher since 7th grade does geology. Momma Owl's Lab: Science Thursday: Crayon Rocks

I would use this pin to go more in depth with rocks and minerals. This would be after we spent a good amount of time going over rocks and minerals. MD

▶ Types of Rocks & Rocks Cycle Video for Kids by - YouTube. Best explanation I've see.

Types of rock. I'm not taking earth science right now, but I'm pretty sure I'll be glad I pinned this in the future.

Here's a nice description of an activity to model sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks with crayons.

Types of Rocks Foldable - a great foldable for the 3 main types of rock: igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic.

All About Rocks: Edible Rocks!

Rocks the Charlotte Mason way... Love the blog post attached! Gets me thinking outside the box!

Rocks. I wonder if I could convert this to a child-led Homeschool lesson appropriate for my rock-loving preschooler...