Minerals and rocks ADN

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  • Minerals and Rocks
  • Mom, how igneous stones were formed?
  • Are formed at the crust's surface as a result of the partial melting of rocks within the mantle and crust.
  • Minerals and Rocks
  • Volcanic rocks are also known as 'extrusive igneous rocks' because they form from the 'extrusion,' or eruption, of lava from a volcano.
  • Minerals and Rocks
  • The Rock Cycle is a group of changes. Igneous rock can change into sedimentary rock or into metamorphic rock. Sedimentary rock can change into metamorphic rock or into igneous rock. Metamorphic rock can change into igneous or sedimentary rock.
  • The girl have problems with science and then the mom explains about the rocks.
  • Minerals and Rocks 
  • Mom, that has doesn't sense.
  • Then the mom starts explaining to her daugter about igneous rocks.
  • Minerals and Rocks
  • Through melting, weathering and erosion, and heat and pressure, the rock cycle constantly changes rocks from one type into another type.
  • And then the mom starts to explain the rock cycle.
  • Minerals and Rocks
  • Thanks for helping me, mom.
  • The girl gets confused.
  • The mom finaly explains all about rocks to the girl.
  • The girl knows about rocks.
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