Igneous

By: Kyle, Tyler, Sergio

Rock

A rock is made of a mixture of minerals and other materials.

Igneous

An Igneous rock is any rock that forms from magma or lava from a volcano.

Intrusive

There are two different groups of Igneous rocks. They are Intrusive and Extrusive. Examples of Intrusive rocks are Pegmatite, Peridotite, Diorite, Granite, and Gabbro.

Extrusive

Examples of Extrusive rocks are Basalt, Obsidian, Rhyolite, Andesite, and Scoria.