Rocky, the rock, was sunbathing when one day the gr-ound started moving. "Bam!" the tectonic plate under Rocky collided with another plate and he was soon ta-ken under ground.
Sand washes up on shore
Poor Rocky was then melted into magma. Where the t-ectonic plates collided formed a volcano. Rocky, in his liquid form, went up inside the volcano, and blasted o-ut. Rocky oozed down the side of the volcano and coo- led down becoming extrusive igneous rock.
When winter came around, Rocky and the volcano was covered with snow. He was relieved that it was cool for once. But then, so much snow built up to the point where the snow was pulled down by gravity. An avalanche occured and Rocky and some of his new friends were taken to a nearby lake.
Magma is forced up
The lake carried Rocky and his friends to an ocean w-here they was washed up ashore. Rocky was glad that he could finally rest again and get himself a nice tan.
I can finally lay do-wn and rest! Phew
Over time, more washed up sand and pebbles piled on top of Rocky and created a sedimentary rock from all the pressure. Rocky felt big and strong. But then, after some more time, the big rock started to go under the Earth's surface and near the mantle. Here, Rocky melted and turned into magma again.
And like the beginning of his adventure, Rocky was t-aken to a nearby volcano. He rose up and prepared to blast out the top of the volcano but instead, he cooled off inside the volcano and became an intrusive igneo-us rock.