"Good question we are going on a trip to learn about the rock cycle!"
"You just stated facts bro."
"OMG that sounds so boring!"
"Well we are here but before we go inside you need to wear this helments. Then we will start on this adventure."
"The first step of the rock cycle is Erosion and weathering. Igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks on the surface of the earth are constantly being broken down by wind and water. Weathering is when the particles are broken off a rock and stay in the same area. Erosion is when the particles of the rock are carried somewhere else.
"But before I move to the next step I will tell you the types of rocks there are. Igneous rocks are formed when magma is cooled rapidly. Sedimentary rock are formed by layers of sediments being mixed and compressed for along time. Sediments are generally rocks that have been physically and/or chemically broken down into smaller components. Metamorphic rocks are a combination of rock types, compressed together by high pressure and high heat
"The second step is that the eroded rock particles are carried away by wind or by rain, streams, rivers, and oceans. The third step is deposition. As rivers get deeper or flow into the ocean, their current slows down, and the rock particles that are mixed with soil sink and become a layer of sediment. The fourth step is as the layers of sediment stack up (above water or below), the weight and pressure compacts the bottom layers. Then dissolved minerals fill in the small gaps between particles and then solidify, acting as cement. Which will then form Sedimentary rock."