STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model!  Challenge your kiddos to make sedimentary rocks using edible layers!  Click on the picture for a STEM discussion and great ideas for a sedimentary rocks lesson!  I've adjusted this lesson for three age groups now (preK, kindergarten/1st/2nd grade, & 3rd/4th/5th grade), and they have all loved it!

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model! Challenge your kiddos to make sedimentary rocks using edible layers! Click on the picture for a STEM discussion and great ideas for a sedimentary rocks lesson! I've adjusted this lesson for three age groups now (preK, kindergarten/1st/2nd grade, & 3rd/4th/5th grade), and they have all loved it!

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model!  Challenge your kiddos to make sedimentary rocks using edible layers!  Click on the picture for a STEM discussion and great ideas for a sedimentary rocks lesson!  I've adjusted this lesson for three age groups now (preK, kindergarten/1st/2nd grade, & 3rd/4th/5th grade), and they have all loved it!

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model

STEM Challenge: Sedimentary Rocks Model! Challenge your kiddos to make sedimentary rocks using edible layers! Click on the picture for a STEM discussion and great ideas for a sedimentary rocks lesson! I've adjusted this lesson for three age groups now (preK, kindergarten/1st/2nd grade, & 3rd/4th/5th grade), and they have all loved it!

Sedimentary Rocks Bars- Not only are these super easy (you could really make any kind of layered bar cookie that you like), they teach a great lesson about how Sedimentary Rocks are formed.

Sedimentary Rocks Bars- Not only are these super easy (you could really make any kind of layered bar cookie that you like), they teach a great lesson about how Sedimentary Rocks are formed.

Weathering, erosion, deposition, and sedimentary rocks for 4th and 5th grade. These slides are available as a powerpoint with guided notes and 2 other science notebook activities.

Weathering, Erosion, Deposition, Sedimentary Rocks PPT and Notebook Activities

Weathering, erosion, deposition, and sedimentary rocks for 4th and 5th grade. These slides are available as a powerpoint with guided notes and 2 other science notebook activities.

Sedimentary Rock and Fossil Fuels {After School Science Tutoring}

Sedimentary Rock and Fossil Fuels {After School Science Tutoring

Making Sedimentary Rocks! We went outside and filled an empty bottle halfway with sediment, grass, and small twigs. Then we added 1/4 cup of Epsom salt and then filled our bottles the rest of the way with water, then shake, hard! Let sit overnight and then drain the water and let dry completely, cut away the plastic to reveal your rock!!

Making Sedimentary Rocks! We went outside and filled an empty bottle halfway with sediment, grass, and small twigs. Then we added 1/4 cup of Epsom salt and then filled our bottles the rest of the way with water, then shake, hard! Let sit overnight and then drain the water and let dry completely, cut away the plastic to reveal your rock!!

Sedimentary Rocks with Starbursts - using candy to make the different rock types.  Clever plan!

Edible Rock Cycle for Kids

Sedimentary Rocks with Starbursts - using candy to make the different rock types. Clever plan!

The Earth Science Interactive Notebook: Rocks and Minerals chapter showcase student’s ability to: •Explain how minerals are identified •Explain how minerals form from magma and solutions •Identify and describe the three major groups of rocks •Describe the rock cycle •Describe how sedimentary rocks are formed

Rocks and Minerals: Earth Science Interactive Notebook

The Earth Science Interactive Notebook: Rocks and Minerals chapter showcase student’s ability to: •Explain how minerals are identified •Explain how minerals form from magma and solutions •Identify and describe the three major groups of rocks •Describe the rock cycle •Describe how sedimentary rocks are formed

Edible Sedimentary Rocks (with video tutorial) - http://susanevans.org/blog/edible-sedimentary-rocks/

Edible Sedimentary Rocks (with video tutorial) - http://susanevans.org/blog/edible-sedimentary-rocks/

Rocks and Minerals: Sedimentary rock layers.Trace a hand. Draw a straight line to the edge of the hand, draw a curve across the hand, and then go straight again.

Rocks and Minerals: Sedimentary rock layers.Trace a hand. Draw a straight line to the edge of the hand, draw a curve across the hand, and then go straight again.

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