Tion as wellGrades K 2 Curriculum #CONNECTION SCIENCE STANDARD 31 EARTH S #Science Standard 31 Earth s can be compared and classified based on their properties Before reading the rock book to students I would begin by modeling some essential uestions I would like students to be able to answer during our study such as How do rocks form and what types are there How are rocks used and Who studies rocks and why An empty gathering grid would be ready to go on the computer and projected on the screen in front of us As we read the information we can record together typing the source and the page numbers as we go If students have access to science kits there should be some rocks to sort and students could work in teams to fill in a chart like this of their own To check understanding students "can bring a rock in and place it "bring a rock in and place it a display table underneath the appropriate section labeled igneous sedimentary and metamorphic There should be additional rocks available for those that do not bring one in so they c The pictures in this book are super cute and kid friendly This book would be excellent for elaborating on rocks I would use Rocks Hard Soft Smooth and Rough for kids from kindergarten to third grades This book describes different types of rocks and teaches students proper terms for describing and naming rocks A lesson could be done by having students select rocks #then reading the book and have them discover what type of rock they think they have from the #reading the book and have them discover what type of rock they think they have from the described in the book I would read this book during the elaborate part of my unit on rocks While reading this book I would have rocks on the desk that fit the description of the rocks given in the book I would have the students raise their rocks up when they find the rock on the table that fits he description I would want my students to begin to see that certain descriptions for certain rocks and thy ca. C Some rocks are actually minerals and you can even find fossils in some types of rocks Complete with. N identify rocks by their description and characteristics I would use this lesson in grades 2 3 This is a book all about rocks It tells about the three different categories of rocks At the end of the book their is a rock chart to tell how you #show what rock is which this is a #what rock is which This is a way if you want to teach your students about rocks and how to categorize them Also this book has great illustrations This is a good book to use during a lesson on rocks It can simply be read during the elaborate portion of the lesson to further explain types of rocks in detail and how they originate or form The types of rocks that this book discusses was igneaous sedimentary and metamorphic rocks In the classroom I can use this book by providing my students with "certain rocks that are outlined in books such as obsidiean and "rocks that are outlined in books such as obsidiean and In addition I can use this book t create a concept map with my students on types of rocks and specific rocks that fall under the particular branch of that rock I can provide real life examples that rocks make up such as ewelry This book is RocksHard Soft Smooth and Rough by Rosinsky This book focuses on the characteristics of different types of rocks This book can be used for lesson on different rock types such as sedimentary metamorphic and igneous rocks This book can be read in the explain or elaborate part of the lesson This book can be used to expand on rock characteristics Students can use the book to help them identify rocks and learn ways to identify rocks This lesson would be used with students in second through third grade classrooms I would use this book during the elaborate part of my unit on rocks I would give each student rocks that fit the description of the rocks in the book I would have the students raise their rock up when I read about a rock that fits their description I would use this lesson for second or third grade. Activities and experiments this nonfiction science book is perfect for introducing children to geolo.
Download Ì PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ã Natalie M. RosinskyGrade K 1st Classification of Rocks Characteristics of Rocks objects Sorting Introduction to the rock cycleAnother science book that has plenty of room for integrating math and literature There are many vocabulary words that could be used as part of a word findmatching game with pictures and with the addition of real rocks
FROM THE STUDENTS OR FROM ANthe students or from an walk or the teacher s collection the rocks can be sorted and described Characteristics of the rocks can be used to sort and then count the rocks Graphs Weigh the rocks compare the size and weight of certain rocks to others Why do you think they differ What do you think they are made of that affects this Introduction to the rock cycle The book RocksHard Soft Smooth and Rough talks about the characteristics of the different types of rocks there are This book could be used in a science lesson where students are learning about differentiating between sedimentary metamorphic and igneous rocks It could be used in the elaborate part of the lesson where students could choose a rock and describe what type of rock it is after learning about the different types of rocks This lesson would be used with students in #first through third grade Author Natalie M RosinskyGrade level 1 2Content Physical properties of rocks and 3 categories #through third grade Author Natalie M RosinskyGrade level 1 2Content Physical properties of rocks and 3 categories fall into Sedimentary metamorphic and igneous rocks Book talks about the 3 ways rocks are formed as well as provide examples of each It also refers to the characteristics of rocks such as smooth rough hard and soft LiteratureI could incorporate a lesson for LA referring to adjectives used in order to describe rocks This book has terrific illustrations and a simple text that discusses the formation and features of rocks With a nice Rocks Chart in the back students can see how to classify rocks by kind color what it feels like and its uses Offered in a Spanish edi. The rocks you see everyday can be grouped into different types like igneous sedimentary or metamorphi. ,