The rock cycle describes the relationship between the three different rock types. A major component of the rock cycle is weathering and erosion, which form the basis of sedimentary geology. Students will investigate these processes through a number of activities. These activities demonstrate both mechanical and chemical forces of erosion on genuine rock samples, giving students valuable hands-on experience. Includes teacher's manual, student study guide copymasters, and material safety data sheets (MSDS). This kit aligns to Next Generation Science Standards MS-PS1-5, MS-ESS2-1, and HS-ESS2-5, and explores cross cutting concepts such as energy and matter, stability and change, and cause and effect.
What's in the box?
- 1 bottle plaster of Paris, 350g
- 1 bottle 1M hydrochloric acid, 30mL
- 50 limestone pieces
- 50 granite pieces
- 50 sandstone pieces
- 4 plastic cups
- 50 plastic bottles with caps
- 2 balloons
- 20 disposable pipettes
- 50 plastic trays
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Disciplinary Core Ideas
Cross Cutting Concepts
ENERGY AND MATTER
STABILITY AND CHANGE
CAUSE AND EFFECT
DEVELOPING AND USING MODELS
PLANNING AND CARRYING OUT INVESTIGATIONS
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9023.00.0000CA Prop Warning Statement:
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Respirable crystalline silica, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.