The differences between atoms, molecules, compounds and elements can be tricky for students when they are first learning about them. This worksheet is a great way to assess your student's learning. This can be used as an assessment to wrap up a mini lesson, or as an introduction to a chemistry unit
Topic/terms covered in this PowerPoint presentation include: Atoms, Chemical Bonding, Molecules, Elements, The Periodic Table of Elements, Compounds, Mixtures, and The Difference between Mixtures and Compounds.
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Combine FUN with practice of basic chemistry vocabulary including identifying examples of atoms, elements, compounds, molecules, chemical formulas, chemical symbols, and chemical equations.
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With almost no prep and no direct instruction you can teach your students the difference between atoms, molecules, compounds and elements and they will learn some uses of common chemicals to put the vocabulary in context. This lesson contains the following NGSS and Common Core standards. -PS1.A: Str
If you are teaching the NGSS standard PS1.A: Structure and Properties of Matter and need them to learn the standard through distance learning or online learning than this resource is perfect for you! This resource can be implemented in Google Classroom and graded from wherever you may be!Students f
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Topics/terms in the game include: Atoms, Molecules, Elements, Compounds, and Mixtures.
This game includes 30 questions. Questions about the topics above are asked and sometimes repeated in several categories/formats. The categories are vocab (definitions), True or False, Fill in the Blank, and Da
Become a chemist for a day & choose scientific tools to investigate your world. Learn how to change states of matter. Examine the atoms, the smallest parts of all matter. Gain exposure to all the elements that make-up our world & the Periodic Table of Elements. Calculate the number of pr
This product is fun, interactive, engaging, challenging and Lets students visualize three-dimensional molecule structures and understand molecular formulas! It’s NGSS aligned, approximately 90 minutes with relatively easy prep! I also include very detailed teacher notes, a key and my email if you ha
This is a overview of atoms, molecules, elements, and compounds. It includes a practice page to check for understanding.
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This is a guided note sheet for tricky matter terms. Terms include atoms, elements, compounds and molecules. It also includes a comparison to twins to help students understand. Twins in general (fraternal or identical) are like molecules because they are two babies together. Molecules are like frate
This is a test I created for my 5th grade class based on the following Core Knowledge objectives:
A. Atoms, Molecules, and Compounds
• Basics of atomic structure: nucleus, protons (positive charge), neutrons (neutral), electrons (negative charge)
• Atoms are constantly in motion, electron
**This is the chapter slice "What Are Compounds?" from the full lesson plan Atoms, Molecules & Elements**About the FULL RESOURCE:Young scientists will be thrilled to explore the invisible world of atoms, molecules and elements. Our resource provides ready-to-use information and activities for re
It’s very important for students to able to analyze atoms and molecules before they move onto balancing chemical equations. As part of the MS-PS1-1, the students learn how to count the atoms and elements in a compound using both coefficients, parenthesis and subscripts. I have included two digital d
This is a card sort that is also a cut and paste activity. I spent 10 minutes on direct instruction and cornell notes, show a video then pass out this activity. Students cut out the 16 images and place them in the correct column under atom, element, molecule or compound.
Use of interactive notebook
Two products bundled into one! Atom, Molecule, Element, and Compound Picture SortAtom, Molecule, Element, and Compound SortsHelp students practice determining the difference between atoms vs. molecules and elements vs. compounds with four review sorts! I use these after notes as a review to solidify
This activity is ready for distance learning! This is an interactive Google Slides activity designed for students to work in partners to check their understanding of the terms atom, molecule, element, and compound. The activity asks questions about models of baking soda, the sun, ocean water, the
Within this packet students will answer review questions on...
*analyzing a Bohr model image to identify protons, neutrons, electrons, valence electrons, atomic number, and atomic mass
*molecules and how they are bonded together
*elements using the Periodic Table of Elements
*compounds through analy
Help students understand the difference between atoms and molecules and elements and compounds with two picture sorts. An answer key is included for your convenience. Ideas for Implementation:•As independent practice•As a partner game•As a station during unit review- print answer key for students to
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