Is a rock just a rock, or is there more to a rock than meets eye? The study of rocks can be a fascinating journey and an exciting look at what’s on the ground and under the ground.
Get your kids started on this journey with a solid grasp of keywords and their definitions.
From basic definitions of what makes a rock, element, or crystal to more specific terms such as extrusive or intrusive igneous rock, they’ll review familiar terms and learn new ones with this FREE Rock Terminology Copywork Notebook.
There are all sorts of rocks in this world–igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic are just the basics.
There are many other rock types:
- extrusive igneous rocks
- intrusive igneous rocks
- crystalline igneous rocks
- amorphous igneous rocks
- fragmental sedimentary rocks
- precipitated sedimentary rocks
- conglomerate rocks
- foliated rocks
And those aren’t the only important rock-related terms to know!
Other important rock terminology:
Plus, there are specific rocks that are good to know, such as:
In all, there are thirty keywords and definitions included in this rock vocabulary terminology notebook.
Each copywork page is bordered by a fun geometric pattern your kids can color or create patterns in if they wish. It’s a fun way they can personalize the project and make it truly their own.
Download this 34-page copywork notebook about rock terminology today!
You might also enjoy these bite-sized science resources:
In Learning About Science: Rocks, Minerals & Crystals, students can learn about the types of rocks, what makes up minerals, and what a crystal is. Plus, they can take a closer look at 23 specific rocks and crystals and their uses. Copywork of key words is included, and it is available in print and cursive handwriting versions available. Engaging pictures are also included to color if desired. Check it out and see a preview of Discovering Rocks, Minerals & Crystals. Or, check out the entire Learning About Science Level 3 collection!
Bonnie Rose Hudson works as the Director of SchoolhouseTeachers.com, the curriculum site of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine®. Her heart’s desire is for every child to feel the love of God and know how special they are to Him. She would love for you to stop by her website WriteBonnieRose.com for homeschool and history curriculum, resources to help teach your children about missions and the persecuted Church, free history and writing printables, ways you can write for the homeschool market, and to check out her newest release from JourneyForth, The Hidden Village, an early reader set in India.
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