This sketch notes is a great way to introduce or review Ionic and Covalent Bonds! Students are provided a creative and visually appealing graphic organizer to help concrete concepts into their growing minds. Many of the visuals provide great conversation starters to dig deeper into the content! Th
The eternal struggle of understanding the differences between ionic and covalent bonds just got a lot simpler. If your students are like mine, they really seem to struggle with their prior knowledge of bonding. I use this PowerPoint as a way to compare/contrast the basic differences between ionic an
In this color-coding activity, students must determine if the information inside each bubble corresponds to an ionic or a covalent bond. This is a great formative assessment assignment. Can be used with Interactive Science Notebooks as a left side graphic organizer.Key Vocabulary:Chemical BondingIo
Essential Question: How can electrical conductivity be used to identify type of bond?Students will investigate and use electrical conductivity to determine which types of molecules are able to dissolve in water and conduct electricity, model macroscopic and microscopic levels, and come up with a cla
This packet contains lesson plans for teaching ionic and covalent bonds. There are four assignments offered: an ionic diagram of NaCl, a covalent diagram of a molecule of ammonia, an optional assignment of CH3OH, and a Venn diagram that compares ionic and covalent bonds. Grading rubrics and answer k
Online or In-Person Friendly.Graphic Organizer: 20 Practice problems for students to practice naming chemical bonds as ionic or covalent. In this worksheet, students are asked to identify each element in a compound as either metal or nonmetal and then describe the type of bond between them.
Students will sort 27 chemical formulas into the categories of your choice. 1) Ionic, Covalent or Both2) Electrolyte vs. Non-electrolyteThere is also a link within the document to get a digital version of this activity which is compatible with Google SlidesThis comes with a pocket so students can ke
Have students identify properties of ionic and covalent bonding in this easy-to-use card sort! Quickly check student knowledge as a fun bellringer or as an exit ticket.**Pro-Tip: Print on cardstock and laminate for added durability.**If you're teaching a unit on chemical bonding, you might be intere
This Slides activity challenges students to compare and contrast ionic and covalent bonds using a Venn Diagram. The resource actually contains TWO assignments all-in-one.Slide #1 is a drag-and-drop activity with 18 options, while slide #2 contains clickable text boxes which students can use to write
These PAPERLESS, SELF-GRADING chemistry assessments will save you time and provide you and your students immediate, meaningful feedback. This resource includes two 16 question quizzes and one large assessment with all 32 questions. Aside from uploaded images, all questions and answer choices are FU
The purpose of the “Ionic and Covalent Bonds Stations” is to teach students about the differences between ionic and covalent bonds in a collaborative setting using the stations model. Students will be completing a total of 6 stations in groups of 3-4 to learn, discuss, and answer questions about ion
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Multi-step full practice.
1. Identify ionic and covalent bonds.
2. Depending on identification, either draw ions or neutral LDS.
3. create lewis dot structures or electron dot diagrams for given compounds.
4. Identify molecular geometry or oxidation number.
5. Identify polarity or calculate polarit
Intramoleuclar bonding within a particle (molecule)Ionic Bonding: explanations + representations using electron dot diagramsCovalent Bonding: polar vs nonpolar, represenations using electron dot diagrams and line diagrams, predicting intramolecular bonding using electronegativitiy values, covalent m
This one-page worksheet allows the teacher to customize his/her own questions. Students are expected to identify whether a compound has ionic bonds (metal-nonmetal) or covalent bonds (nonmetal-nonmetal) based on the formulas. Students may also be challenged to write the IUPAC name of ionic and coval
Teachers can create a great independent work packet from this resource by giving students the activity and answer key for self checking. In this practice activity, students will identify the information in each circle on the activity sheet as either relating to ionic compounds or covalent compounds