This activity requires students to answer 12 questions related to the rock cycle. Once finished, students will use the answers to color the corresponding parts of a fun dream catcher coloring page. I have made sure to include questions that address misconceptions regarding the rock cycle. For example, many students believe that layered rocks are always sedimentary. Or, they believe that there is an end to the rock cycle. This question sheet will help clarify these misconceptions.
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✔ Excellent summative assessment
✔ Addresses scientific misconceptions
✔ Versatile - use for classwork, homework, early finishers, extra credit, test review, or an engaging sub lesson
✔ Includes non-cutesy graphics that both tweens and teens will enjoy coloring
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