SuperTeacherTools SuperTeacherTools Help Subscribe to Email Subscribe to RSS
Create a New Game Create a New Game

Rock Cycle vocabulary speedmatch
Speed Match Review Game

This game has been played 607 times
The best time ever was Danny at 21 seconds.
The best time today is at seconds.
How To Play:
Drag the squares in the gray area and drop them in the matching squares in the blue area below.
If you drop a square in the correct spot, it will disappear.
If you make a mistake, the square will return to its original spot.
Good luck!

Let's Play Speed Match!

erosion
cycle
compaction
sedimentary rock
deposition
sediment
cementation
magma
pressure
weathering
metamorphic rock
igneous rock
extrusive
melting
intrusive
small pieces of rock
cooled molten rock
liquification, solids becoming liquid
a repeated series of events, such as rocks continually changing form
The amount of force pressing on a surface
Sediments pressed together under their own weight
when sediments settle out of wind or water
rock formed from sediments pressed together
rocks changed by extreme heat & pressure
when sediments are carried away by wind or water
igneous rock that cools on top of the earth’s surface
igneous rock that cools under the earth’s surface
breaking rock down by wind or water
molten rock within the earth
when minerals crystallize and glue sediment particles together

That's a high score!

You did it!



What is your name?

Play This Game Again!


You did it!
You got every match correct!

Here are all the answers:

DescriptionMatch:
molten rock within the earthmagma
cooled molten rockigneous rock
rock formed from sediments pressed togethersedimentary rock
rocks changed by extreme heat & pressuremetamorphic rock
small pieces of rocksediment
breaking rock down by wind or waterweathering
when sediments are carried away by wind or watererosion
when sediments settle out of wind or waterdeposition
Sediments pressed together under their own weightcompaction
when minerals crystallize and glue sediment particles togethercementation
liquification, solids becoming liquidmelting
The amount of force pressing on a surfacepressure
igneous rock that cools under the earth’s surfaceintrusive
igneous rock that cools on top of the earth’s surfaceextrusive
a repeated series of events, such as rocks continually changing formcycle