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Using Rocks & Minerals Worksheet, students choose one mineral to study and use the graphic organizer to record research.
Using Fossils Fill in the Blank Worksheet, students fill in the blank to complete sentences that provide an explanation of fossils using a word bank.
Using Fossil Definitions Worksheet, students match the vocabulary words to their definitions provided to build their fossil vocabulary usage.
Using this Soil Matching Worksheet, students match the definitions to the key words.
Using Rock Observation Worksheet, students observe and draw a rock, then use the word list to describe your rock.
Using this Erosion Drawing Worksheet, students draw pictures to show examples of erosion and weathering in rocks and the environment.
Using Mountains Worksheet, students match the vocabulary words to their definitions provided to build their rock vocabulary usage.
Using The Rock Cycle Worksheet, students explain each phase of the rock cycle using vocabulary words from the word bank.
This Rocks Alphabetical Order Worksheet will teach your students how to put twenty types of rocks in ABC order and build vocabulary.
Using this Weathering Worksheet, students write about how sediments and rocks are moved by different natural means.
Using this Deposition Worksheet, students write about how sediments and rocks are deposited by different natural means.
Using this Rocks and Minerals Graphing Worksheet , students analyze the amount of rocks and minerals found during a rockhounding adventure in a bar graph.
Using this What is Soil? Worksheet, students study samples of soil collected from different areas of your state using hand lenses and vials to examine what is found in soil.
Using Rocks Minerals Categorization Worksheet, students write about different characteristics of minerals and rocks.
Using this Layers of the Earth Writing Worksheet, students write as if they are traveling through the layers of the earth in a terrestrial describing what they see and feel.
Using this Erosion Writing Worksheet, students write and draw about how sediments and rocks are moved by different natural means.
Using Natural Disasters History Research Worksheet, students research five natural disasters that have occurred.
Using Rhyme and Rhythm Worksheet, students read poem to identify words and phrases in the text that show examples of rhythm or rhyme.