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Learning About Rocks: Writing Activities, Experiments, Crafts, and More

Learning about rocks is fun! In this post, Jennifer White explains in photos how she teaches her rock unit to her students. Crafts, writing, and…

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Caramel Macchiato Cheesecake

Caramel Macchiato Cheesecake recipe creates a beautifully silky and fluffy cheesecake with a perfect balance of sweet and coffee flavor. This is a great Holiday desserts that coffee lovers will adore.

Demonstrating processes of the earth can be a valuable way for showing students things that take place over a long time. This “Rock Sandwich” science lab helps students to visualize the process of sedimentary rocks turning into metamorphic rocks.

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Rock Cycle Interactive Notebook

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Reader's Theater: I Wanna Be a Rock Star (Rocks and Minerals)

This 9 page play is filled with excellent scientific information about rocks and minerals, including sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic types, fossils, Moh's Scale of Hardness and more. Even better, this reader's theater is one that's fun! (TpT Resource)