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Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
Metamorphic Rocks
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Metamorphic Rocks

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  • 1. 1. Sandstone is a sedimentary rock that forms from . A. organic material B. compaction C. cementation D. liquid solutions 2. Conglomerate is a sedimentary rock that forms from . A. organic material B. compaction C. cementation D. liquid solutions 3. Coal is a sedimentary rock that forms from . A. organic material B. compaction C. cementation D. liquid solutions 4. Limestone is a sedimentary rock that forms from . A. organic material B. compaction C. cementation D. liquid solutions 5. can contain fossils. A. minerals B. igneous rocks C. sedimentary rocks D. metamorphic rocks
  • 2. ReviewReview Sedimentary rocksSedimentary rocks CompactedCompacted CementedCemented From once living thingsFrom once living things From liquid solutionsFrom liquid solutions
  • 3. Metamorphic RocksMetamorphic Rocks ChangedChanged over rocksover rocks
  • 4. Metamorphic RocksMetamorphic Rocks Great heat and greatGreat heat and great pressure can change rockspressure can change rocks from one kind to anotherfrom one kind to another The minerals are changedThe minerals are changed
  • 5. Metamorphic RocksMetamorphic Rocks  They form deep in the EarthThey form deep in the Earth  Heat canHeat can slightlyslightly melt andmelt and change rockschange rocks  Pressure can squash andPressure can squash and change rockschange rocks
  • 6. Metamorphic RocksMetamorphic Rocks New rocks may lookNew rocks may look differentdifferent New rocks are often harderNew rocks are often harder than their parent rockthan their parent rock
  • 7. Metamorphic RocksMetamorphic Rocks  Shale to slateShale to slate  Limestone to marbleLimestone to marble  Rhyolite to schistRhyolite to schist  Granite to gneissGranite to gneiss
  • 8. Roof tiles, or shingles
  • 9. Chalk boards
  • 10. Pool Tables
  • 11. Statue ofStatue of DavidDavid
  • 12. This is my pet rock. Don’t worry, he doesn’t bite, he’s gneiss. Dee, dee dee!!!
  • 13. Metamorphic RocksMetamorphic Rocks  Changed over rocksChanged over rocks  Formed from great heat and greatFormed from great heat and great pressurepressure  SlightlySlightly meltedmelted  Example:Example:  MarbleMarble Write this on the inside of the “Metamorphic Rocks” flap Foldable Time!

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