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Sedimentary rock

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Harvey Buckle

on 3 February 2017

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Transcript of Sedimentary rock

Aim
To be able to recognise sedimentary rock
To name 'our rock'
To answer related questions
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Turn to page 297-8
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'name your rock'
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Sedimentary rock
Sedimentary rocks are formed from sediments that have settled at the bottom of a lake, sea or ocean, and have been compressed over millions of years. The sediment comes from eroded rocks carried there by rivers or ice, and from the skeletons of sea creatures.
Examples of sedimentary rocks include sandstone, limestone, chalk and clay.

Sedimentary rock
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Questions on page 302
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