FC: The Rock Cycle By Megan Staton
1: Igneous Rock is formed deep inside the earth or at volcanic sites. Igneous rock can be formed by melting from Metamorphic rock.. It can also be made by Sedimentary rock by weathering and erosion.
2: Igneous rock texture depends on how the magma cooled..
3: Sedimentary Rock forms from layering of broken pieces of rock that hardens into new rock. Its texture depends on the type of rock that was broken down
4: As these grains pile up the sediments in the lower layers are squeezed together. Its composition depends on the type of rock broken down.
5: Metamorphic Rock forms from squeezing and/or heating other rock. This causes the rock to morph.
6: Metamorphic rock composition depends on the type of rock that is being heated and squeezed. Its texture depends on how the minerals are arranged.