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- This bundle of 6 products includes:1. Interactive Slide Show to teach rocks and minerals. Students drag and drop correct answers into the slideshow instead of or in addition to taking notes.2. Word Map of rock cycle vocab.3. Boom Cards of rock cycle vocab - digital self correcting flash cards.4. TWOPrice $12.40Original Price $15.50Save $3.10
This 16 card Boom deck can be used to learn and review the 3 types of rocks and how they are formed.
Playable preview here - https://wow.boomlearning.com/deck/q-w6iu8FpJxnwmbfECw?ref=tpt
Boom Cards are digital, self-grading flashcards that students use to review a skill.
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