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Rocks

Kind of Rocks

QuestionAnswer
Igneous Forms from the Cooling of magma or lava
Sedimentary Form from pressure from the water in a lake or ocean pushing down on it
Metamorphic Form when existing rock is changed by heat and pressure
Igneous Form both underground or at the near volcanoes
Sedimentary Form only at the surface
Metaorphic Forms only deep underground
Igneous Crystals form when magma cools slowly
Sedimentary Fossils are often often found in this rock
Igneous Granite, Basalt, Pumice
Sedimentary Flint, Sandstone, Limestone
Metamorphic Marble, Slate
Igneous 2 Types: Intrusive and Extrusive
Sedimentary 3 Types: Clastic, Organic, and Chemical
Metamorphic 2 Types: Foliated and Unfoliated
Created by: Bill Bob