Make sediment jars to learn about dirt. This is a fun introduction to soil science for kids.

Learn about Dirt with Sediment Jars

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model! Challenge your kiddos to make sedimentary rocks using edible layers! Great ideas for a sedimentary rocks lesson that would be appropriate for younger and older students with special learning needs. Get all the directions at: http://preschoolpowolpackets.blogspot.com/2016/03/stem-challenge-sedimentary-rocks-model.html

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model! Challenge your kiddos to make sedimentary rocks using edible layers! Great ideas for a sedimentary rocks lesson that would be appropriate for younger and older students with special learning needs. Get all the directions at: http://preschoolpowolpackets.blogspot.com/2016/03/stem-challenge-sedimentary-rocks-model.html

Studying Rock types and features - It's sedimentary my dear Watson! Rocks & soil by Emu582, via Flickr

Studying Rock types and features - It's sedimentary my dear Watson! Rocks & soil by Emu582, via Flickr

Provide an introduction to igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks, plus minerals, with the photos on this chart. Extra value on back: reproducibles, tips, and teaching information. 17" x 22". Sturdy and durable.

Types of Rocks Learning Chart

Provide an introduction to igneous, metamorphic, and sedimentary rocks, plus minerals, with the photos on this chart. Extra value on back: reproducibles, tips, and teaching information. 17" x 22". Sturdy and durable.

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model!  Challenge your kiddos to make sedimentary rocks using edible layers!  Click on the picture for a STEM discussion and great ideas for a sedimentary rocks lesson!  I've adjusted this lesson for three age groups now (preK, kindergarten/1st/2nd grade, & 3rd/4th/5th grade), and they have all loved it!

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model! Challenge your kiddos to make sedimentary rocks using edible layers! Click on the picture for a STEM discussion and great ideas for a sedimentary rocks lesson! I've adjusted this lesson for three age groups now (preK, kindergarten/1st/2nd grade, & 3rd/4th/5th grade), and they have all loved it!

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