Obsidian is a(n) __________ rock.
Granite is a(n) __________ rock.
Basalt is a(n) __________ rock.
Pumice is a(n) __________ rock.
Rhyolite is a(n) __________ rock.
The piece of __________ from the reef is left to the side like a loner n00b.
Conglomerate is a(n) __________ rock.
Shale is a(n) __________ rock.
Sandstone is a(n) __________ rock.
Limestone is a(n) __________ rock.
There is a(n) __________ in one of the pieces of limestone that Mrs. Powers has, which is a essentially a fossil.
Tufa is a(n) __________ rock.
Gneiss is a(n) __________ rock.
Marble is a(n) __________ rock.
Quartzite is a(n) __________ rock.
Slate is a(n) __________ rock.
__________ is a black rock with a glassy texture.
The one Mrs. Powers has is considerably larger than all the other rocks.
__________ is the only intrusive rock.
If it's intrusive or extrusive, it's most definitely igneous.
__________ is the small, white rock with black lumps (crystals) embedded in it. This rock is igneous.
__________ is a nondescript black igneous rock.
The one Mrs. Powers has is the smaller igneous rock, with tiny holes poked in it.
__________ is an easily identifiable igneous rock because the one Mrs. Powers has is really big, really gray, has a lot of holes, and is extremely light.
__________ is a small igneous rock.
The one Mrs. Powers has is lightly pink-ish and has holes within it.
__________ is the really big sedimentary rock with a lot of bumps on it (which are mineral crystals). Looks like a bigger and lighter version of granite.
__________ has a metamorphic counterpart and is a dull black. It is distinguishable from its counterpart because it does not have layers.
__________ is easily identifiable by it's brownish-tan color. If felt, it is crumbly and rough.
__________ is the one I kind of forgot, just look at the one with the fossil inside of it because it is the same rock and try to find a similar one!
__________ is a dull red-magenta-pink sedimentary rock.
Don't be tricked by it's various holes all over the place, it's actually sedimentary.
__________ is a metamorphic rock that is white and striped black.
__________ is a purely white metamorphic rock with little bumps upon it.
__________ is a really rough and lightly tan marble-version metamorphic rock.
__________ is the small, dull black metamorphic rock. To distinguish it from its sedimentary counterpart, if you look it at the side, you will spot layers (separated by white strokes).