Get your hard hats
on and go digging for some fun
and facts with Rocky, from the
Franklin Institute. Become familiar
with different kinds of rock and
then take the "Expert Quiz." Don't forget to look at the puzzle page, too.
Are you the curious type? Take a look at photos and descriptions of
minerals, igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic rocks at Volcano
World's Rock and Mineral slide show.
This is a website created by a
team of fifth and sixth graders. It
contains pages about the origin,
processes, and important uses of
rocks and minerals.
Do you have more questions
about rocks, mountains,
volcanoes, earthquakes, and
From the United
States Geological Survey.
Perhaps this little "rock" song will help you remember the differences
among sedimentary, igneous, and metamorphic rocks.