Overhead transparencies of: the Date a Rock table (PDF, enlarged); the Deep Time Isotopes sequence sheet A few recognizable fossils, of known (or approximately known) age. Good sources: a local university geology department, or your science supply house.
8th Grade Science Study Guide The Earth rotates on its axis. It takes 24 hours for the Earth to make one complete rotation (360 ). This makes one whole day. The Earth revolves around the sun. When the Earth makes one complete trip around the sun it has been one complete year. Seasons on Earth happen because the Earth tilts on its axis Print the Identifying Minerals reading comprehension passage and questions (see below). Students should read the passage silently, then answer the questions. Teachers may also use the text as part of a classroom lesson plan. Lesson Excerpt. All rocks are made up of minerals. Rocks have different colors, textures, and shapes.
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