Rocks and Minerals. By: Mrs. Vicino . Introduction. This cyber lesson was developed to support our third grade rocks and minerals unit. It follows the National Geographic Reading Expeditions text Rocks and Minerals .
By: Mrs. Vicino
This cyber lesson was developed to support our third grade rocks and minerals unit. It follows the National Geographic Reading Expeditions text Rocks and Minerals.
The activities in this cyber lesson will help you to answer the following questions:
-What is the difference between rocks and minerals?
-How can we identify the type of rock or mineral something is?
-What do bikes, jets, and surgery have to do with rocks and minerals?
You should make at least 5 entries.
You can print a copy of the I Notice/ I Wonder chart and glue it in your notebook. Click here for a blank chart.
Or click here for a printable web to glue into your notebook
Check the Rubric
We have been working on determining what’s important while we read. In this text there are three chapters. Write the title of each chapter on a separate page in your notebook.
Your job is to write the main idea and three or more important details for each of the chapters. You can also write your thoughts at the bottom of the page. For an example of what each page should look like, click here.