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Welcome!
The Topic For Today Is Rocks and Minerals
M is for
Mineral
Name that
Rock
Formation
Picture is
worth 1000
words
Sedimentary
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Bonus Question: 5000 pts
 Question:
 Name the mineral characteristic that is how the
mineral splits along a flat surface
 Answer
 Cleavage
M is for Mineral: 400
 Question:
 What are the 5 characteristics of a mineral?
 Answer
 Naturally occurring
 Inorganic
 Solid
 Crystalline structure
 Definite chemical composition
M is for Mineral: 600
 Question:
 Name 2 uses for minerals
 Answer
 Gemstones
 Metals
 Alloys
 Food, medicine, fertilizer, building materials
M is for Mineral: 800
 Question:
 What type of rock is mined to extract a metal from the
ground?
 Answer
 Ore or veins
M is for Mineral:
1000
 Question:
 What are the three ways minerals form?
 Answer
 Crystallization
 Magma and Lava Formation
 Precipitate out of solution
 Question:
 Formed when one type of rock is put under INTENSE
heat or pressure to become another rock
 Answer
 Metamorphic
Rock Formation: 400
 Question:
 Usually formed near a body of water (beaches, rivers,
lakes)
 Answer
 Sedimentary
Rock Formation: 600
 Question:
 Formed by cooling lava or magma
 Answer
 Igneous
Rock Formation: 800
 Question:
 Often used to build statues, like the Lincoln Memorial
in Washington, DC because it is durable and easily
polished.
 Answer
 Metamorphic (marble)
Rock Formation: 1000
 Question:
 The most common type of rock covering the Earth’s
surface
 Answer
 Sedimentary (75% of Earth’s surface)
 Question:
 CLASSIFY this rock
 Answer
 Extrusive Igneous rock
Pictures: 400
 Question:
 Classify this rock
 Answer
 Intrusive Igneous
 Question:
 Classify these rocks
 Answer
 Chemical sedimentary
 Question:
 Classify these rocks.
 Answer
 Clastic sedimentary
 Question:
 Classify these rocks
 Answer
 Foliated Metamorphic (schist)
 Question:
 Name the 3 types of sedimentary rock.
 Answer
 Clastic, Chemical & Organic
 Question:
 Coal
 Answer
 Organic Sedimentary
 Question:
 Conglomerate, made of large pieces of rounded rock is
what type of sedimentary rock?
 Answer
 Clastic
 Question:
 How do chemical rocks form?
 Answer
 Too many minerals dissolved into water and then the
water begins to evaporate, leaving mineral crystals
behind.
 Question:
 What are the FOUR STEPS to forming a clastic
sedimentary rock?
 Answer
1. Weathering
2. Erosion
3. Deposition
4. Lithification
 Question:
 Halite in sea water can form what type of rock?
 Answer
 Chemical sedimentary
 Question:
 What does “metamorphic” mean?
 Answer
 Change form
 Question:
 Name 3 of the things that may change during rock
metamorphosis
 Answer
 Appearance, texture, mineral content, crystal structure
 Question:
 Granite is what type of rock AND does it have high or
low silica content?
 Answer
 Intrusive igneous with high silica content
 Question:
 You observe a white, ashy texture to a rock. It is
relatively light-weight and has no visible layering.
What type of rock is it?
 Answer
 Extrusive igneous
 Question:
 Who sang the Rock Cycle Rap?
 Answer
 …
 Mr. Lee, 6th grade science teacher
Daily Double
The Winner Of The Last Round
Write Down How Much Money
You Are Willing To Risk
If You get the Question write you win that money
If you get it wrong you Loss the money!
Daily Double
The Winner Of The Last Round
Write Down How Much Money
You Are Willing To Risk
If You get the Question write you win that money
If you get it wrong you Loss the money!