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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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- simple problems to introduce work and power calculations- students solve problems using the variables force, time, distance, and power- all metric units used in every problem...Newtons, seconds, kilometers, and Watts- teach students to show their work step by step with columns for formula, work, a

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The 5E, NGSS aligned lesson, Motion in One Direction, is an engaging and interesting lesson. This lesson includes an excellent Engagement video on the physics of downhill skiing, an engaging interactive PowerPoint presentation, and includes online demonstrations to make learning interesting and ent

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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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- simple problems to introduce potential and kinetic energy calculations- teach students to show their work step by step with columns for formula, work, and answer with units- teach students to set up word problems with ease- build student confidence- answer keys always included- no need for calcula

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How much does 1+1 equal? 2? 0? 1.414? It depends on how you do vector addition in physics! This question exploration explains definitions, how to distinguish between vectors and scalars, and gives Ss practice adding vectors in one dimension and in two dimensions.
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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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