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In this lab, students will be expected to distinguish between atoms and molecules and describe the differences between pure substances and mixtures. Students will then make models of ionic and covalent molecules using gummy bears. A quiz is included as well as an answer key for the entire lab. ===
The Chemical Bonds Station Lab takes students through eight student-led science stations, each with a different learning style. Students begin with four input activities where they read articles, explore hands-on demos, research online, and watch videos all about chemical bonds. They then complete f
Working in the lab and being engaged in science experiments is the most exciting part of science. The following Chemical Bonds and Equations Demo, Lab and Science Stations give your students the opportunity to investigate, explore and learn the science topic being studied. ***PLEASE NOTE***This pr
In this inquiry activity, students use beads as valence electrons to discover and visualize how atoms transfer or share electrons to form ionic and covalent bonds. It also provides an introduction to formula writing. This PDF by Hoop There It Is includes: - Teacher instructions and lesson plan (pg
Grades:
9th - 12th
About SNAPs Lab Stations ActivitiesSNAPs Lab Stations Activities require students to use science, math, literacy, problem-solving and engineering skills. They are designed to enhance students' understanding of scientific concepts and help students apply scientific ideas to the real world. Each stati
If you already own my Chemical Bonds Station Lab then this is the supplemental product to purchase.Otherwise, The Complete 5E Chemical Bonds Lesson Plans Are HereCovalent and Ionic Bonding - Everything you need to teach a unit on chemical bonding. Each lesson plan follows the 5E model and provides y
Students will use atom cards and beads to model the differences between ionic and covalent bonds.The product contains three complete labs that are differentiated for all of your students.Essential Question:How are valence electrons involved in ionic and covalent bonds? BUNDLE AND SAVE $$:Buy the
Chemical Bonds Lab: Growing Ionic Crystals!  Solutions, Solubility, Saturation This is a lab designed for 7-9th grades where students pick either halite, epsomite, or alum to grow crystals with.  The student handout is comprehensive and thorough.  Every year I do this lab the kids have a blast.  
Use this easy but meaninful activity to introudce ionic and covalent bonds to students. Students use simple compounds (sugar and salt) to observe first hand how the type of bond impacts properties of substances. Because it is so effective, I use this activity every year. It really helps my student
Grades:
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This is a virtual, distance-learning compatible lab activity that is best done in small groups (for discussion) but could also be assigned individually and would take one class period of time to complete. I use this in my Introductory NGSS Grade 10 Chemistry course and it is connected to the NGSS s
Grades:
8th - 10th
In this very easy and simple activity, students will compare how these properties differ and how that impacts human physiological process. In this activity, students will observe and classify a simple chemical reaction and compare the bond strength between organic and inorganic compounds. In this ac
Grades:
4th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
This is a neat lab for you to do in class! You can grow your own crystals. This is another lab from my lab book I have created. It has a cover sheet of hints and things to look out for. It also has an answer sheet. I have about 20 of these types of labs that I will either post individually or includ
Grades:
8th - 12th
This double lab is very engaging for students. Supplies needed are:Steel wool, lighter, scale, glass beaker, acetone (nail polish remover), styrofoam of any sort (cups, packing peanuts, small plates). I use this as an introductory lab before we begin learning about chemical bonds, but it could be us
Grades:
6th - 12th
The purpose of this lab is to examine certain physical properties of three compounds to try to determine if they are ionic or covalent, and if they are covalent if they are polar or non-polar. Melting point and solubility will be tested to determine what types of bonds are present.
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Grades:
10th - 11th
Slime/Gak lab shows chemical bonding taking place. Students follow the scientific method to create and answer questions about slime/gak and chemical bonding. Glue + Borax
Discovery Labs help students uncover the information through experience and discussion rather than presenting them the information and then having them verify the information through a more traditional laboratory experience.This lab has students observe properties of 10 substances and then classify
Grades:
7th - 12th, Adult Education
Fun and easy lab for students to follow the scientific method to contrast the number of drops of soapy/distilled water that will fit on a penny. Covers surface tension, covalent bonding, and cohesion. Materials needed-1 pipette, 2 pennies, distilled water, soapy water.
Using virtual interactive sites students for atomic bonds.
Grades:
7th - 11th
In this activity students use a molecule building kit to construct various covalent molecules. For each molecule students must record the shape, Lewis dot diagram, molecular shape, bond angles, and polarity. This lab activity is appropriate for any college preparatory level high school chemistry cou
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Grades:
8th - 12th
This lab worksheet follows FLINN Scientific at home lab video on chemical bonding. The video is 7 minutes and 40 seconds long, and the link to the video is at the top of the worksheet. There are 12 questions in this assignment that follow along in order with the video. An answer key is also provided
Grades:
8th - 10th
Covalent and Ionic Bonding - Everything you need to teach a unit on chemical bonding. Each lesson plan follows the 5E model and provides you with the exact tools to teach the concept. All of the guesswork has been removed with this NO PREP lesson.Essential Questions:1. Why do compounds bond?2.
Student Led Science Labs - These comprehensive science labs will save you a TON of prep time and allow students to learn the concepts on their own. The Lab Bundle is a series of plug and play station labs designed to accompany my FREE Kesler Science Station Lab Series. Download the start-up guide
Chemistry Labs Bundle - These Chemistry Station Labs will save you a ton of prep time and allow your students to explore and lead their own learning through a variety of topics in the Chemistry Unit. Each of the station labs is a series of 8 plug and play station labs designed to accompany my FREE
Working in the lab and being engaged in science experiments is the most exciting part of science. The following Physical Science Demo, Lab and Science Stations Bundle give your students the opportunity to investigate, explore and learn the Physical science topics being studied.~ ~ ~ SAVE OVER 20% ~

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