Rocks and Minerals
These task cards cover information relating to the layers of the earth. 24 task cards are included. The following topics are covered in your purchase of this product:•Labeling the layers of the earth.•Asking questions about the layers of the Earth.•Composition, temperature, and pressure.•Density and...
Watch the lava flow with ARM & HAMMER™Baking Soda. Shape cardboard into a cone and use a cup to create an opening at the top. Spread Plaster of Paris over the cone, let dry, and decorate as desired. Separately, mix 1/4 cup vinegar with a few drops of dishwashing liquid, water, and red food coloring. Place 1 tsp. of baking soda in another cup and place inside crater. Then dump the liquid mix into crater and watch the lava magic happen.
3 Types of Rock: (Sedimentary, Igneous, Metamorphic) Task Cards This is a colorful set of 24 task cards with photos of rocks. Students will read the description of the rock and look at the picture of the rock to determine whether the rock is in the sedimentary, metamorphic, or igneous group.This set is a wonderful addition to your lessons! I've included a recording sheet and answer key, too!
Soil Test/Assessment- 3rd, 4th, 5th An assessment on soil, covering topics such as: - decomposing - worms - compost - sand, humus, clay - size of particles - water speed going through the soil - importance of soil There are 15 questions. They include: - short answer - multiple choice - short essay Answer key included.
This test / quiz is a thorough and comprehensive assessment of student knowledge of minerals. A printable study guide to help prepare students for the assessment is included. An answer key for both the assessment and study guide is also provided. This Teachers Pay Teachers item is a fully editable Microsoft Word document which will make it easy to change the test / quiz to fit the specific needs of your students.