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Roger the rock was sad. He was the only one of his friends that had not gone through the life cycle. He is jealous because his friends had gotten to go on a big adventure.
One day, Roger just couldn't take it anymore. He jumped into his car and drove to a volcano to become an Igneous rock. Any type of rock can become an igneous rock by melting and waiting for the magma to finally cool.
since all my friends have gone through the life cycle, I will too! first ill go to the volcano.
He finally made it. He was at the volcano! All he had to do was jump into the very hot magma and wait until he cools and hardens. Then he would be one step into the rock cycle. He couldn't wait!
Roger had finally done it! He became an igneous rock and took one step into the rock cycle. It took several months for the magma to cool but to him, it was worth it. He was excited because he looked different, he had large crystals on him! Now he was off to the next step which is sedimentary. He couldn't wait to tell everyone!
Roger the rock broke down and he jumped into a river. He was carried in the river until finally, he became settled in the bottom of the river. Then he waited until other rocks and other layers of eroded and deposited rocks layered and mixed with him. Soon after that, he jumped out as a sedimentary rock. Any rock can change to a sedimentary rock by erosion. He was finally two steps into the rock cycle.
He only had one more step in the rock cycle to go until he became like his metamorphic rock friends. He couldn't wait to tell everyone. He had to apply a large amount of heat and pressure to himself to make this last stage happen. Roger's body twisted and recrystallized. After a couple million years, he had finally done it! He used regional metamorphism to become a metamorphic rock like his friends. Soon after that, he went home and told all of his friends about his adventures through the rock cycle. Roger's parents were so proud of him.
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