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EOTO : Rocks and MineralsFun Learning for Kids            Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com            Weekly C...
Match the following stones to their uses!        Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
Gemstones are pretty and precious! Can you identifythese precious rocks?       Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
Rocks are divided into three main categories based onhow they are formed. Name rocks from each of thefollowing categories:...
A monolith is a geological feature or monumentconsisting of a single massive stone or rock! Identify thenames of the two m...
You can have a lot fun with rocks! Try makingthese rock animals at home!       Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
Answers1.   1: b, 2: c, 3: d, 4: a2.   From the left clockwise: sapphire, emerald, amethyst, topaz3.   Igneous rocks: obsi...
Thank You!Connect with us @facebook.com/followrobinagetwitter.com/followrobinage             Print this slideshow to teach...
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Fun Learning For Kids : Rocks and Minerals

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  1. 1. EOTO : Rocks and MineralsFun Learning for Kids Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  2. 2. Match the following stones to their uses! Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  3. 3. Gemstones are pretty and precious! Can you identifythese precious rocks? Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  4. 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. 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. 6. You can have a lot fun with rocks! Try makingthese rock animals at home! Weekly Children’s Newspaper www.robinage.com
  7. 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. 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
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