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Word Scramble: Types of Igneous Rocks

Word Scramble: Types of Igneous Rocks

Science Worksheets, Science Vocabulary, Igneous Rock, Scramble Words, Earth Science, Puzzles, Minerals, Puzzle, Riddles

Word Scramble: Types of Metamorphic Rocks

Word Scramble: Types of Metamorphic Rocks

Science Worksheets, Science Vocabulary, Metamorphic Rock, Earth Science, Puzzles, Minerals, Puzzle, Riddles, Gemstones

Word Scramble: Types of Sedimentary Rocks

Word Scramble: Types of Sedimentary Rocks

Students must unscramble 10 Sedimentary Rock Names (which can be found in the NYS Earth Science Reference Tables - free online) to answer the final puzzle listing the types of sedimentary rocks (clastic, bioclastic and crystalline).

Igneous Rocks - Day 95

This is the first chapter from Igneous, Sedimentary and Metamorphic Rocks, a Science title from ClickView.

Every New York State Earth Science Class uses the 16-page document known as the Earth Science Reference Tables (ESRT).   This activity can be used as an introduction to the ESRT or even a review. I have used this in my Earth Science class during the first week of school to have students get familiarized with the ESRT and also get a preview of the topics that we will learn about during the school year. The worksheet included 20 questions that can be answered using the ESRT.

NYS Earth Science Reference Tables Trivia

Every New York State Earth Science Class uses the 16-page document known as the Earth Science Reference Tables (ESRT). This activity can be used as an introduction to the ESRT or even a review. I have used this in my Earth Science class during the first week of school to have students get familiarized with the ESRT and also get a preview of the topics that we will learn about during the school year. The worksheet included 20 questions that can be answered using the ESRT.

This worksheet goes along with Bill Nye the Science Guy's Erosion Video Students draw and describe observations of the different agents of erosion that Bill Nye demonstrates.This includes a 2 page printable worksheet and a teacher page with video links and suggestions. NYC Earth Science

Worksheet: Bill Nye the Science Guy Erosion Video

This worksheet goes along with Bill Nye the Science Guy's Erosion Video Students draw and describe observations of the different agents of erosion that Bill Nye demonstrates.This includes a 2 page printable worksheet and a teacher page with video links and suggestions. NYC Earth Science

Word Scramble: Weather Instruments

Word Scramble: Weather Instruments

Science Worksheets, Science Vocabulary, Vocabulary Words, Vocabulary Exercises, Weather Instruments, Meteorology, Brain Teasers, Earth Science, Puzzles

Science,"Earth Science", Formation of a volcano Poster

Science,"Earth Science", Formation of a volcano Poster

Rock Posters, Earth Science, Volcano, Geography, Volcanoes

Printable Worksheet in which students analyze and interpret real tide data from NY Harbor to make conclusions about tides. Worksheet includes graph of tide data and related questions.   NYC Earth Science

Worksheet: Tide Data Analysis

Printable Worksheet in which students analyze and interpret real tide data from NY Harbor to make conclusions about tides. Worksheet includes graph of tide data and related questions.

Interactive Earth Science Notebooks! My students love this bundle! 10 units including rocks minerals and gems, plate tectonics, photosynthesis, earth cycles, volcanoes, the rock cycle, biomes, energy, ecosystems, weather, and climate

Earth Science Interactive Notebook Bundle

My students love this bundle! 10 units including rocks minerals and gems, plate tectonics, photosynthe.

Materials Needed for the lab: Various Sedimentary Rock samples, Earth Science Reference Table (free on internet)Suggested Materials: magnifying glasses, dilute Hcl for acid test on limestonesPre-Lab: Students read a passage and sketch the process of sedimentary rock formationDuring Lab: Students make observations of various Sedimentary Rock Samples and must:1.

Lab #9: Sedimentary Rock Identification

Materials Needed for the lab: Various Sedimentary Rock samples, Earth Science Reference Table (free on internet)Suggested Materials: magnifying glasses, dilute Hcl for acid test on limestonesPre-Lab: Students read a passage and sketch the process of sedimentary rock formationDuring Lab: Students make observations of various Sedimentary Rock Samples and must:1.

Melt a "Rock" Edible Recipe. Metamporphic Rock & Free Notebooking Pages. Fun!!

Metamorphic Edible Rock Recipe and Free Notebooking Pages

Metamorphic Edible Rocks & Notebooking Pages. Fun and easy recipe for learning about rocks and 2 free notebooking pages.

The Science Penguin: Science Vocabulary Strategy: Acrostic

(Vocab) The Science Penguin: Science Vocabulary Strategy: Acrostic - uses the letters in the word to remember the word. This helps students with the meaning/examples while helping their spelling of vocabulary!

Students research 1 of the 21 minerals given in the New York State Earth Science Reference Tables.On one side of the assignment has a do now activity reviewing the definitions of mineral properties and the directions for how to complete their mineral profile.

ESRT Mineral Dating Profile

Students research 1 of the 21 minerals given in the New York State Earth Science Reference Tables.On one side of the assignment has a do now activity reviewing the definitions of mineral properties and the directions for how to complete their mineral profile.

Materials Needed: Various Igneous Rock samples, Earth Science Reference Table (free on internet)Suggested Materials: magnifying glasses, rulers for measuring crystal sizePre-Lab: Students read a passage then complete a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks.During-Lab: Students follow a series of questions to make observations of various igneous rock samples.

Lab #8 Igneous Rock Identification

Materials Needed: Various Igneous Rock samples, Earth Science Reference Table (free on internet)Suggested Materials: magnifying glasses, rulers for measuring crystal sizePre-Lab: Students read a passage then complete a Venn Diagram comparing and contrasting intrusive and extrusive igneous rocks.During-Lab: Students follow a series of questions to make observations of various igneous rock samples.

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