This resource can be used as homework or as review. This can be used for any Earth Science lesson but was written to supplement the Virginia 5.7 SOL.
That standard states:
The student will investigate and understand how Earth’s surface is constantly changing. Key concepts include
a) identification of rock types;
b) the rock cycle and how transformations between rocks occur;
c) Earth history and fossil evidence;
d) the basic structure of Earth’s interior;
e) changes in Earth’s crust due to plate tectonics;
f) weathering, erosion, and deposition; and
g) human impact.
Included in this resource are: layers of the Earth and explaining the types of layers, order of layers and explaining why; Classifying rocks using a classification key; Describing weathering, erosion, and deposition; Identifying the steps in the rock cycle (one includes the arrows and students just label, the other requires students to label and draw the arrows).