Using this high school chemistry puzzle, students will color a pattern on and around a fish using the periodic table! They determine whether each element is a metal, nonmetal, or metalloid and then color it accordingly, just like those good ol' color-by-number puzzles they used to do as kids. Make
This chemistry puzzle bundle contains six puzzles currently and their topics include metals, valence electrons, element type, solubility rules, and molecular geometry. I will be adding puzzles periodically and this bundle will grow in size and in price accordingly. Buy now and get all my future ch
Using this high school chemistry puzzle, students will color a pattern on and around a frog while they practice identifying valence electron numbers! They determine whether each atom has 1-8 valence electrons and then color it accordingly, just like those good ol' color-by-number puzzles they used t
Use this Domino Puzzle to help students review common terms related to Chemistry and the Periodic Table of Elements. I use this puzzle with my Grade 9 & 10 Science classes for the Chemistry unit and is great review for older grades too! I’ve included two different sizes of the same puzzle. Th
This bundle contains 22 chemistry crossword puzzles that are a great vocabulary review for high school general chemistry of AP chemistry students! I use these puzzles as a review before each of my chapter tests, and it keeps my students engaged while studying. These puzzles cover an entire year of c
Using this puzzle, students will color a pattern on the butterfly using solubility rules. They determine using solubility rules whether a particular compound is soluble and then color it accordingly, just like those good ol' color-by-number puzzles they used to do as kids. Make learning about solu
This Gas Laws Match includes 8 gas laws; Boyle's Law, Charles' Law, Gay-Lussac's Law, Combined Gas Law, Avogadro's Law, the Ideal Gas Law, Dalton's Law and Graham's Law. This puzzle can be cut apart and used to match each piece with the corresponding law. To increase the rigor, the center pieces w
This set of 22 crossword puzzles helps students learn and review basic science vocabulary and concepts. Puzzle answers are included. Please see the review file for examples regarding word lists, clues, topics, and puzzle structures.
Topics include (alphabetical order):
Here is a fun worksheet to color a Halloween pumpkin based on the valence electrons of an atom. Students may either do an electron configuration to figure this out, or use the short cut method, that is: The column number at the top of the periodic table indicates the number of valence electrons. All
Your favorite puzzle activities from Teaching Elements can now be found together in one GROWING resource!! Save OVER 25% . By purchasing Chemistry Puzzles - Growing Bundle, you'll have access to the current puzzle activity resources (Periodic Table, Ionic Compounds, and Balancing Equations), PLUS y
Using this puzzle, students will color a pattern on and around a horse while they practice identifying strong and weak acids and bases! They determine whether each compound is a strong acid, weak acid, strong base, or weak base and then color it accordingly, just like those good ol' color-by-number
Distance learning or in the classroom, these 28 (x2) paperless ionic compound puzzle pieces task cards help students practice writing ionic compound formulas from two versions: with or without polyatomic ions.There resources come in two digital formats: for Google™ Apps & Boom Cards™ for a total
Here is a color the turkey by the ion charge. I hope you have fun with it. Happy Thanksgiving from Scorton Creek. It should take about 30 minutes. I like to have them use their memory so you can grade them just looking at the colors. The students seemed to enjoy this the day before Thanksgiving
These chemistry crosswords puzzles are a fun way to review the elements and the organization of the periodic table. You will get 3 crossword puzzles, plus an answer guide.
Puzzle #1: Element Names and Symbols
Puzzle #2: Getting to Know the Periodic Table
Puzzle #3: Find the Element
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Nine instructive, fun chemistry puzzles that supplement topics related to the STRUCTURE of the ATOM, ELEMENTS and their NAMES and SYMBOLS, PERIODIC TABLE arrangement and use, BOHR Models, are on this file.
Your students will learn while enjoying puzzles, and ask for more!
Included also are Bohr mo
Sig Figs! Includes: Task Cards and Puzzle After your sig figs lesson use the puzzle for review of identifying the number of sig figs, then use the task cards for practice, and assignment, or quiz.
Once laminated and ready, you will want to keep this one and use it year after year!
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Using this puzzle, students will color a firefly while they practice identifying the intermolecular forces at work between molecules of a particular compound. They determine whether each molecule uses dipole dipole, hydrogen bonds, ion-dipole forces, etc, and color the sectors of the picture accord
Using this puzzle, students will color a Christmas tree while they practice identifying the molecular shape of different molecules! They determine whether each molecule is linear, bent, trigonal planar, etc, just like those good ol' color-by-number puzzles they used to do as kids. Make learning abo
These chemistry crosswords make wonderful vocabulary reviews for general chemistry or AP chemistry high school students This pack consists of five crossword puzzles related to bonding, chemical formulas, reactions and equations, stoichiometry, and redox reactions, plus an answer key.
Here are a dozen pages — 6 worksheets with their answer keys — that will serve as a welcome supplement to anyone teaching the chemical elements!Included in this printable packet are:•Elements Search 1 — aluminum to zirconium — after finding the 32 elements in the word search puzzle, write all the le
For use with distance learning or in the classroom, this resource contains a Google Sheet document for students to practicePlacing elements based on names of groups on the periodic tablePlacing elements based on electron configurationsPlacing elements based on trends in the periodic tableLargest and
Students will be determining the electron configuration of 20 different elements. Students will cut out puzzle pieces and place them together to form a flask. This is a great hands on activity.
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Here is a perfect Valentine's Day worksheet that couples a quick review of high school chemistry concepts with the fun of solving cross-word puzzles. What says "I Love Chemistry" more than a heart-shaped puzzle filled with chemistry-related concepts? Your students will have fun helping Cupid find h
Updated to a unit, including two worksheets and a Card Sort activity.
Increase thinking skills as students learn to use a simple substitution cipher to decode a knowledge statement about elements. This can also be used cross-curricular to social studies since ciphers have been used for centuries i