Haiku Poetry about Rocks. Poems created by Mrs. Crabtree’s 4 th Grade Class. The Study of Haiku. We learned about the form of poetry called Haiku.
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Haiku Poetry about Rocks Poems created by Mrs. Crabtree’s 4th Grade Class
The Study of Haiku We learned about the form of poetry called Haiku.
Our class divided into three groups to study and learn information about rocks and to create Haiku poetry that demonstrated our knowledge of both the rocks and the poetry form. We studied these types of rock: Metamorphic Rock Sedimentary Rock Igneous Rock
Igneous Rock Group Members: Diamond Washington Marissa Ernzen Isiah Blaser Ariel McClain Daniel Hanson Alex Puccio
Igneous Rock Facts • Igneous rocks begin as magma • Magma can take millions of years to harden • New land is formed by the cooling of the lava • Inside volcanoes igneous rocks form large crystals • Outside the volcano, igneous rocks form small crystals
Haiku about igneous rocks sizzling building blocks millions of years to cool down maker of new land
Haiku about igneous rocks begins as magma cools to be igneous rock creation of earth
Metamorphic Rock Group Members Jacob Ties Jacob Smith Ellie McIntyre Avery Butler Artrinas Martin JaQuan Holeman
Metamorphic Rock Facts • Metamorphic rock is made from igneous and sedimentary rocks • No fossils found in metamorphic rock • Forces squeeze the earth by pressure forming the rock, not by melting it • Marble is a metamorphic rock
Haiku about metamorphic rocks two types changing form using for two million years no fossils belong
Sedimentary Rock Group Members Evan Schmitt Dejana Watson Anthony McIntyre Celina Rubio Kimberly Towne Jason Trautwein
Sedimentary Rock Facts • Tells stories of the past with fossils • Contains layers of plants and animals • Sedimentary rocks are softer than igneous rocks • Sand particles are squeezed together to make the rock • Tiny particles at the bottom of the sea are called sediment • Limestone is a sedimentary rock • People use limestone to make sidewalks and buildings • Sedimentary rocks take over a million years to form
Haiku about sedimentary rocks Iowa’s proud rock sand falls hugging together rock forming fossil