The Rock Cycle

The Rock Cycle
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  • The Rock Cycle Beginning
  • The Igneous Rock
  • Oh man! That is one weird looking rock! 
  • Igneous Rock Cycle
  • Hi there! My name is Igneous. Let me tell you about myself, I am the rock that comes straight from the volcano. Go over to my friend, Sedimentary to learn more about the rock cycle.
  • After the eruption the rocks begin to cool. Some rocks are cooling quicker than others.
  • Sedimentary Rock Cycle
  • Sup, bro. I see my man Igneous sent you. Anyway, I was created by a whole bunch of other rocks that were compacted and cemented together to form me, yo.
  • Over the years, the land and volcano have changed a lot. Now, all of the rocks have cooled and have become igneous rocks.
  • The Metamorphic Rock
  • Wow! That one looks awesome!
  • The Igneous rock is the first of three types of rocks. There are Igneous rocks that cool slowly and there are ones that cool faster than others.
  • Metamorphic Rock Cycle
  • Hey there, I'm Metamorphic. I was made when, either Igneous or Sedimentary was buried underground. Then they got hot and I was created. Now here I am. Eventually, we will all be one another.
  • Rain and wind (called weathering) erode rocks into sediment pieces. Then, they are carried by water and are deposited into water beds.
  • Eventually, rocks get buried under ground and start to melt with some heat and pressure. They then become metamorphic rock.
  • Metamorphic rocks have layers called bands. Sometimes, rocks can be buried so deep that they can melt back into lava and the whole thing starts over again.
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