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ROCK
ROCK
ROCK
The
Y
________________ is the creation of
smaller pieces of rock through physical or
chemical means.
Y
______________ is the moving of
sediments from their original position.
Y
_______________ is the
settling out of sediment.
Y
______________ &
_______________
is the process by
which sediment is
squeezed and
glued together
into a new
rock.
ROCK
ROCK
Created from the ____________ and
solidification of ________ or _______.
The rock’s crystal ______ depends on
how __________ it cools.
Created from the ________________
of ______________ in layers over
long periods of time. It often
contains ____________.
Any type of
rock can become
another type, given
the right conditions!
The
ROCK
Existing rock is subjected to very high
______ and ____________.
This usually takes place deep
_______________.
Y
shale
weathering is the creation of
________________
smaller pieces of rock through physical or
chemical means.
limestone
conglomerate
Y
erosion
______________
is the moving of
sediments from their original position.
IGNEOUS
ROCK
Y
deposition is the
_______________
settling out of sediment.
schist
cooling and
Created from the ____________
magma or _______.
lava
solidification of ________
size depends on
The rock’s crystal ______
quickly it cools.
how __________
WE
AT
& D HERIN
EP O G,
SIT ERO
ION SIO
N
The
G
HEAT & PRESSURE
N
LTI
deposition
Created from the ________________
sediments in layers over
of ______________
long periods of time. It often
fossils
contains ____________.
WEATHERING, EROSION
& DEPOSITION
RE
ROCK
Any type of
rock can become
another type, given
the right conditions!
granite
SSU
SEDIMENTARY
ME
LTI
N
obsidian
PRE
ME
pumice
T&
HE A
G
Y
compaction &
______________
cementation
_______________
is the process by
which sediment is
squeezed and
glued together
into a new
rock.
gneiss
marble
METAMORPHIC
ROCK
Existing rock is subjected to very high
pressure
heat and ____________.
______
This usually takes place deep
underground
_______________.
SHOW
what you
KNOW
the rock cycle
1. Iden�fy the type of rock
associated with the picture.
Name:
Date:
2. During which process does layer upon layer of sediment build
up, exer�ng pressure on the layers below?
a. erosion
b. compac�on
c. conglomerate
d. weathering
3. Which of the following is an igneous rock?
a. gneiss
b. shale
c. limestone
d. pumice
4. Metamorphic rock transforms to sediment by _____?
a. mel�ng and cooling
b. cementa�on and compac�on
c. weathering and erosion
d. heat and pressure
A:
5. Heat and _______________ can change sedimentary rock
into metamorphic rock.
6. Igneous rocks form from the ________________ of magma
or lava.
7. ____________ is the process which causes magma to form.
B:
8. Why are some igneous rocks coarse and others are smooth?
heat & pressure
9. Which type of rock o�en contains fossils and how do you
think this occurs?
C:
SHOW
what you
KNOW
the rock cycle
1. Iden�fy the type of rock
associated with the picture.
Name:
Date:
2. During which process does layer upon layer of sediment build
up, exer�ng pressure on the layers below?
a. erosion
b. compac�on
c. conglomerate
d. weathering
3. Which of the following is an igneous rock?
a. gneiss
b. shale
c. limestone
d. pumice
4. Metamorphic rock transforms to sediment by _____?
A:
sedimentary
a. mel�ng and cooling
b. cementa�on and compac�on
c. weathering and erosion
d. heat and pressure
pressure
5. Heat and _______________
can change sedimentary rock
into metamorphic rock.
cooling
6. Igneous rocks form from the ________________
of magma
or lava.
mel�ng
7. ____________
is the process which causes magma to form.
B:
igneous
8. Why are some igneous rocks coarse and others are smooth?
heat & pressure
Igneous rocks have different textures based on their crystal
size. Crystal size is determined by how quickly the magma
or lava cools.
9. Which type of rock o�en contains fossils and how do you
think this occurs?
C:
metamorphic
Sedimentary rock o�en has fossils. As organisms die their
bodies are trapped between layers of sediment and become
fossilized.
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