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Grade 6 Rocks
A rock is pictured below. Which type of rock is it?
Rock - Igneous - Scoria
  1. igneous
  2. sedimentary
  3. metamorphic
Grade 6 Rocks
Which of the following are examples of sedimentary rocks?
  1. marble, slate, quartzite
  2. limestone, coal, sandstone
  3. granite, basalt, pumice
Grade 5 Historical Geology
A fossil is
  1. the imprint or remains of something that lived long ago
  2. sedimentary rock formed from layers of sand and mud
  3. the soft part of the animal from long ago
Grade 6 Rocks
Which of the following are examples of igneous rock?
  1. marble, slate, quartzite
  2. limestone, coal, sandstone
  3. granite, basalt, pumice
Grade 3 Rocks
Soil is
  1. dirt and rocks
  2. a mixture of tiny rock particles, minerals, and decayed plant and animal materials.
  3. ground
Grade 6 Tectonics
The major tectonic plates are named after the                    it carries.
  1. mantle or crust
  2. continent or river
  3. ocean or country
  4. continent or ocean
Grade 5 Geomorphology
Weathering occurs when rock
  1. gets wet in the rain or snow
  2. is worn away or broken down into smaller and smaller pieces.
  3. melts
Grade 3 Rocks
What kind of soil is most likely found in the desert?
  1. dark, damp soil
  2. dry, sandy soil
  3. sticky, red soil
  4. think, muddy soil
Grade 1 Tectonics
Grade 6 Rocks
This type of rock is often formed in layers.
  1. Sedimentary Rocks
  2. Igneous Rocks
  3. Metamorphic Rocks
Grade 5 Rocks
Sedimentary rock is not formed by
  1. the constant layering of the sediments
  2. pressure on sediment layers
  3. compaction and cementation
  4. doing experiments
Grade 3 Geomorphology
Grade 6 Rocks
Grade 7 Rocks
Sedimentary rocks
  1. form when sediment is pressed together
  2. often form in layers
  3. form from existing rocks
  4. all of the above
Grade 7 Rocks
The rock cycle explains that
  1. rocks are always being added to Earth's mass
  2. rocks always stay in the same form
  3. rocks disappear from Earth as they go underground
  4. rocks are continually recycled into different forms
Grade 6 Tectonics
The currents responsible for making the lithosphere move are called:
  1. seafloor spreading
  2. conduction currents
  3. convection currents
Grade 4 Rocks
What are rocks made of?
  1. minerals
  2. seeds
  3. living things
  4. wood
Grade 2 Rocks
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