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Rocks – Foldable Activity
Materials:
2 pieces of paper
Tape
Ruler
Colored Pencils
Textbook
Directions on Making the Foldable:
1. Make a fold in one of the pieces 7 ½ cm away from one of the edges. (1st Piece of paper)
2. With the other piece, make a fold 11 ½ cm away from one of the edges. (2nd piece of paper)
3. Insert the second piece inside the first
so that it looks like this……  
4. Open the first page and place a small piece of tape where the first page meets the second.
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5. Draw dividing lines for each section…..
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Helpful Hints…
Follow ALL of the directions!
Be NEAT!
Be Colorful!
Be Creative!
Draw or cut & paste in photos!!
Include as much information, descriptions, and examples as you can
Labeling the Foldable Sections:
Section 1 (5 points)
1. Title: Rocks & The Rock Cycle
2. Open the first flap
3. Questions to write in and answer…
What is a rock?
The three major types of rocks are:…
The two energy sources that drive the rock cycle are:…
4. Title the leftover space in this section ”The Rock Cycle”
5. Draw and label, in color, the Rock Cycle (the one from our notes!)
6. Use pgs. 151 Ch 6 in your textbook to help you.
Section 2 ( 5 points)
1. Title: Igneous Rocks
2. Open the second flap
3. Questions to write in and answer…
How are Igneous Rocks formed?
The two types of Igneous rocks are: … (describe each w/ and example & photo)
How are Igneous Rocks classified?
Describe Coarse-Grained Texture…
Describe Fine-Grained Texture…
4. Sketch/Paste some photos of Igneous rocks
5. Use pgs. 112-123 CH 5 in your textbook to help you.
Section 3
1. Title: Sedimentary Rocks
2. Open the third flap
3. Questions to write in and answer…
How are Sedimentary Rocks formed?
The five processes involved in forming sedimentary rocks are…. (describe each)
How are Sedimentary Rocks classified?
Describe some unique features of some sedimentary rocks…
4. Sketch/Paste some photos of Sedimentary Rocks
5. Use pgs. 134-144 CH 6 in your textbook to help you.
Section 4
1. Title: Metamorphic Rocks
2. Turn the foldable to the back side
3. Questions to write in and answer…
How are Metamorphic Rocks formed?
What does the term “Metamorphism” mean?
The three processes involved in forming metamorphic rocks are…. (describe each)
How are Metamorphic Rocks classified?
The two major classification groups of Metamorphic Rocks are…. (describe each)
4. Sketch/Paste some photos of Metamorphic Rocks
5. Use pgs. 145-149 CH 6 in your textbook to help you.