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Grade 6 Earth's Layers
Which of the following is the thickest layer of Earth?
  1. Inner Core
  2. Crust
  3. Mantle
  4. Outer core
Grade 4 Rocks
Cooled lava on Earth's surface turns into                  .
  1. magma.
  2. sedimentary rock.
  3. metamorphic rock.
  4. igneous rock.
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 5 Geomorphology
Weathering occurs when rock                                                 .
  1. gets wet in the rain or snow.
  2. is worn away or broken down into smaller pieces.
  3. melts.
  4. erodes.
Grade 4 Rocks
Which of the following is a sedimentary rock?
  1. shale
  2. diamond
  3. granite
  4. marble
Grade 5 Rocks
Sedimentary rock is not formed by which of the following?
  1. the constant layering of the sediments.
  2. pressure on sediment layers.
  3. compaction and cementation.
  4. doing experiments.
Grade 7 Rocks
Which of the following is TRUE about the formation of 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 9 Geomorphology
The formation of the Grand Canyon in Colorado is an example of                  .
  1. glacial erosion.
  2. wind erosion.
  3. water erosion.
  4. chemical erosion.
Grade 4 Rocks
Grade 9 Volcanoes
The Ring of Fire refers to                                                   .
  1. an active erupting volcano.
  2. the volcanoes surrounding the Pacific Ocean.
  3. the spreading that takes place on the ocean floor.
  4. the land once known as Pangaea.
Grade 6 Earth's Layers
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