Related Access Points
This cluster includes the following access points.
Recognize that rocks are classified by the way they are formed, such as sedimentary.
Identify physical properties (hardness, streak color, and luster) of common minerals, such as rock salt, talc, gold, and silver.
Recognize that some natural resources used by humans are non-renewable, such as oil.
Identify that wind and water cause physical weathering and erosion of rocks.
Identify tools used to observe things that are far away and things that are very small.
Identify natural resources found in Florida, including solar energy, water, and limestone.
Sort rocks according to observable characteristics, including color, shape, and size.
Sort common minerals, such as rock salt, talc, gold, and silver, by their physical properties (luster and color).
Recognize that some natural resources can run out (non-renewable).
Recognize examples of weathering or erosion in the environment.
Recognize tools that will make things look larger, such as a telescope and a magnifier.
Recognize natural resources found in Florida, such as solar energy and water.
Distinguish rocks from other substances found on the Earth’s surface.
Recognize common minerals, such as rock salt, talc, gold, and silver.