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- help students see the relationship between the group number on the periodic table and the number of valence electrons- illustrates how the oxidation number depends on the number of electrons gained or lost by making Lewis electron dot diagrams for the A families- once assembled, a complete picture

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This zip file contains many different activities (47 pages of student handouts and 2 PowerPoints with a total of 84 slides) which can be used to compose a unit for chemistry students involving the Periodic Table. This unit can be used most effectively if the students have a basic understanding of

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This zip file contains many different activities (37 pages of student handouts and a PowerPoint with a total of 42 slides) which can be used to compose a unit for Chemistry students on topics involving the Mathematics of Chemistry. Topics included in this unit are calculation of gram molecular mass,

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- easy to print on cardstock and assemble for your classroom wall- use to aid students in learning how to perform metric conversions- all you need is card stock paper, scissors, and glue to assemble and display- brighten up your classroom - easy set up- designed to be student friendly- recommended f

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- simple problems to introduce Boyle's Law calculations- illustrates the direct relationship between pressure and volume in the behavior of gasses- students solve problems using the variables pressure and volume to express this gas law- all metric units used in every problem...liters and atm- teach

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- great activity to have students compare and contrast how gasses react under Boyle's Law vs Charles's Law- help students visualize how the two gas laws differ with several illustrated examples- compare how temperature, pressure, and volume affect the behavior of gasses- manipulatives add a new way

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- great activity to have students sort and compare the number of electrons in an element into electron configurations as well as their abbreviated versions- divides energy levels by orbitals and their corresponding letters in an easy format- help students visualize how the configuration builds with

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This activity allows for students to practice measuring items in both metric and non-metric units to compare them using 3 devices: the meter stick, the graduated cylinder, and the scale. Many objects and aspects of the room are measured, and their is a focus on metric versus non-metric unit

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This is a test that covers the following items. 1. Ionic Bonding 2. Monatomic and polyatomic formula writing using the criss-cross method3. Test is composed of True and False, Multiple choice and Short answer. Standards covered: Students will distinguish between intermolecular bonding forces

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This bundle includes:Card Sort - The Gas Laws - Charles's & Boyle'sBoyle's Law Problems - step by step WorksheetCharles's Law Problems - Step by Step Worksheet- great activity to have students compare and contrast how gasses react under Boyle's Law vs Charles's Law- help students visualize how t

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If you have students who struggle with math or organizing information when they solve multi-step math and chemistry problems, then this worksheet is for you. Students will learn to calculate the molar mass of compounds using organized tables with guided step-by-step directions. Help build confiden

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