Fun Learning For Kids : Rocks and Minerals

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Teach children about Rocks and Minerals!

Teach children about Rocks and Minerals!

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  • 1. EOTO : Rocks and MineralsFun Learning for Kids Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • 2. Match the following stones to their uses! Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • 3. Gemstones are pretty and precious! Can you identifythese precious rocks? Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • 4. Rocks are divided into three main categories based onhow they are formed. Name rocks from each of thefollowing categories:1. Igneous rocks2. Sedimentary rocks3. Metamorphous rocks Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • 5. A monolith is a geological feature or monumentconsisting of a single massive stone or rock! Identify thenames of the two monoliths depicted below! Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • 6. You can have a lot fun with rocks! Try makingthese rock animals at home! Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • 7. Answers1. 1: b, 2: c, 3: d, 4: a2. From the left clockwise: sapphire, emerald, amethyst, topaz3. Igneous rocks: obsidian, pumice, rhyolite, andesite, basalt, granite, diorite, gabbro, pegmatite; Sedimentary rocks: shale, siltstone, sandstone, breccia, conglomerate, gypsum; Metamorphic rocks: gneiss, slate, marble, schist, and quartzite and many more4. Left: Mount Rushmore of USA, Right: Sphinx of Giza, Egypt Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  • 8. Thank You!Connect with us @facebook.com/followrobinagetwitter.com/followrobinage Print this slideshow to teach kids offline! Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com