Identify the major processes that drive the rock cycle SPI 0707.7.3
Links verified on 6/19/2014
- Animation of clastic sedimentary rocks forming - Use the movie controls to examine each part of the sequence or
- Animation of metamorphic rocks forming - Use the movie controls to examine each part of the sequence or
- How Sediments are Deposited - This animation shows a side view of an area where a river flows into a lake.
- Interactive Rock Cycle Animation - a cutaway view of Earth showing where some common rock-forming processes occur. Embedded animations will illustrate the path of a rock moving through the rock cycle.
- Introduction to Geology - a rock cycle quiz
- The Rock Cycle - Look at the diagram and see if you can trace a rock through the rock cycle.
- Rock Cycle - includes link to each of the three types of rocks
- Rock Cycle - Discover rock secrets through these activities. Create a rock collection as you learn about the three main types of rock, find out how to tell the different rock types apart, and see how. Each of the three sections contains an interactive assignment.
- Rock Cycle from the Mineralogical Society of America [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Rock Cycle - a review lesson followed by a quiz [from McGraw Hill] and
- Rock Cycle - a drag and drop quiz or
- Rock Cycle Diagram - an Interactive site from Annenberg
- Rock Cycle Quiz - twenty multiple-choice questions, all on the same page
- Rock Cycle Quiz - nine multiple-choice questions, each on a separate page
- Rock Cycle Quiz - from Vision Learning - ten multiple-choice questions, some with accompanying photos
- Rock Cycle Quiz - ten definitions are given, you pick the correct term - multiple-choice format
- Rock Cycle Quizzes - there are three rock cycle quizzes at this site [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Rocky's Rock Cycle Games - Easy - Harder - drag the pictures into the correct place on the rock cycle drawing - from the Oxford University Museum of Natural History or
- A Schematic Sketch of the Rock Cycle - boxes represent earth materials and arrows represent the processes that transform those materials
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