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Making Chocolate Rocks Serves a class of 30 Ingredients 200g grated milk or dark chocolate 200g grated white chocolate 30 cups 30 squares of cling film Sedimentary – created from sediment layers under the sea. Sandstone, Limestone, Chalk, Shale 1. Place the cling film into the cup. 2. Place 2-3 teaspoons of grated milk or dark chocolate into the cup. 3. Place 2-3 teaspoons of grated white chocolate into the cup. 4. Repeat with a second layer of milk or dark chocolate. 5. Fold the cling film over the top. 6. Push down hard with fingers until the chocolate feels like is has stuck together. 7. Pull out gently and unwrap. 8. Break the rock in half to reveal the layers. 9. Put a some of this rock to one side and use the rest to make metamorphic rock. Metamorphic sedimentary or (igneous) rock that has been changed by heat and pressure underground. Marble, Slate. 1. Start with a sample of chocolate sedimentary rock (see above).
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