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Since this is a cutting and pasting activity, it will not work for the TpT digital overlay. Teachers can create a great independent work packet from this resource by giving students the activity and answer key for self checking. In this science activity, students will practice matching elements with their electron configurations. This activity consists of two pages: a puzzle sheet (a scrambled picture divided into fifty-six squares, each containing a name of an element from the Periodic Table o
Looking for a no-prep, self-checking electron configuration activity for your chemistry students? In print and digital Google Apps format, these 3 scaffolded electron configuration tarsia puzzles beat worksheet practice any day! Perfect for bell ringers, distance learning, in-class practice, exit/entrance slips, review, homework or early finishers. Three different tarsia puzzles included: longhand electron configuration, noble gas electron configuration and mixed long- and short-hand practice.Th
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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. CLICK HERE to check out my science bundle!
Grades:
9th - 12th
This Crossword Puzzle includes Elements 1-118 and their names as of September 2017. The Electron Configuration l is the Clue and the Name is the answer. There is also an answer key included. The puzzle is a printable PDF that fits on one page. for other similar items related to the Elements and the Periodic Table. Remember to Keep 'em Busy!
Grades:
7th - 12th
After completing the 3 activities in this mini-bundle including a card sort, 2 crossword puzzles, and task cards, your 9th grade science and chemistry students will be able to identify and write out the electron configuration of the first 20 elements on the Periodic Table of Elements. Each activity includes both the long and abbreviated configurations for each. Important Informationtask cards can be used as digital Boom Cardscard sort is compatible with Google Classroom onlineAnswer keys and pe
Grades:
9th - 11th
Crossword puzzle to help students practice finding elements based on electron configurations. Students search the periodic table for element names to solve the crossword puzzle. This is one single puzzle. It is available with and without a word bank to allow teachers to choose which is more appropriate for their students. There are 4 choices though. See below.I do not teach the electron configuration exceptions. For example, Niobium has a configuration of [Kr] 5s¹ 4d⁴ but students would write it
Grades:
9th - 12th
This crossword puzzle will prepare 9th grade science and chemistry students to identify and write out the electron configuration of the first 20 elements on the Periodic Table of Elements. It includes both the long and abbreviated configurations for each. Important InformationAnswer key and periodic table of the elements includedRecommended for 9th grade physical science and chemistry classes TEKS CoveredI.7BC.6D NGSS Standards CoveredHS-PS3-2 Also found in this money saving bundleBundle of Les
Crossword puzzle that uses electron configurations for the clues and element names for the answers. A key is provided.
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10th - 12th
This tarsia puzzle is a great way for students to review their skills with electron configurations. Problems include elements up to atomic number 43 (Tc).
This bundle includes all of the escape rooms listed below. Important: All these products sell for $80; as a bundle they are 45% off, for $44!Each escape room has the following contents:         ♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ         ♦ 3 Levels to decode: Maze Decoder, Tarsia Puzzle, and Message Decoder         ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key         ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout roomImportant Note: Each topic utilizes the same types of puzz
This breakout escape room is a fun way for students to test their skills with electron configurations. Problems include elements up to an atomic number of 96Contents:         ♦ Teacher Instructions and FAQ         ♦ 4 Levels to decode: Multiple Choice, Message Decoder, Tarsia Puzzle, and Maze         ♦ Student Recording Sheet and Teacher Answer Key         ♦ Link to an optional, but recommended, digital breakout roomCheck out the preview for more details!More Escape Rooms:All the fo
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 one would need then is a periodic table. So anything in the Hydrogen column would have a 1....etc, It is of course "color by number" not paint by number
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6th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
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 chemistry topics! This bundle consists of FIVE smaller bundles: High School Chemistry Crossword Puzzles Volume 1: MatterHigh School Chemistry Crossword Puzzles Volume 2: ReactionsHigh School Chemistr
Grades:
9th - 12th
These are challenging card scramble games for older students to play in groups. Students match chemical symbols to the correct electron configurations. The objective of the game is to be the first group to put all cards together correctly. This packet contains three versions of the puzzle that are differentiated for your students' various needs. These activities encourage students to talk about the vocabulary words associated with the puzzles. Having the students compete against other groups enc
Grades:
9th - 12th
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/or smallest atomic radiusLargest and/or smallest electronegativityLargest and/or smallest ionization energyLargest and/or smallest electron affinityPlacing elements in the same period or groupThis re
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9th - 12th, Higher Education
This bundle of 43 Chemistry Games includes 22 Chemistry Vocabulary Scramble /or Dominoes Card Games, the complete set of 16 Chemistry Concentration Card Games, 3 Playing Card Games and 2 Amazing Race Games—enough to keep your students motivated and engaged for an entire year of chemistry! This bundle is priced at about $1.29 per game for a limited time! Topics include: (Vocabulary Games) • Acids and Bases • Atomic structure and the periodic table • Atoms • Bonds • Changes in matter • Chemical
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8th - 12th
This is a complete and prep-free chemistry lesson plan with 6 downloadable and printable resource files for teaching, assigning work, reviewing, and practicing. This lesson plan is flexible for use with any type of learning; Distance, Virtual, In-person, or Hybrid. PLEASE PREVIEW. Thanks.Lesson Plan 11: Electron Arrangement and ConfigurationsElectron ConfigurationsBohr Atomic ModelFlame TestElectron Transition Between ShellsBright-line SpectraSpectral Chart.Goals and Objectives of This Lesson: V
This is a complete and prep-free chemistry lesson plan with 7 downloadable and online resource files for teaching, assigning work, reviewing, and practicing. This lesson plan is flexible for use with any type of learning; Distance, Virtual, In-person, or Hybrid. PLEASE PREVIEW. Thanks.Lesson Plan 11: Electron Arrangement and Configurations (Hybrid Bundle with Googleable Worksheet)Electron ConfigurationsBohr Atomic ModelFlame TestElectron Transition Between ShellsBright-line SpectraSpectral Chart
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9th - 12th, Staff
Electron configuration is a classic example of a challenging chemical concept. Students have no real previous exposure or foundation in the idea, and the terms are new and confusing. Even the pattern in which it works doesn’t seem to make sense to students. “First you go to 1s, then you go to 2s, and then 2p?! What?! Where did P come from?” This game should be done at the beginning of the lesson, before you ever mention anything about electron configuration. By framing it in a game format, and
Grades:
8th - 12th
Are you looking for engaging activities on Electron Configuration? This bundle contains ALL of my Electron Configuration activities! 1. Electron Configuration Mystery Picture PixelThis is a digital self-checking activity, that will require students to determine the element from the given electron configuration. To use this activity, you will share a Google Sheets link with your students. Make sure you give them their own copy. They will identify the answers to 12 different questions. If the answ
Grades:
8th - 11th
A fun and engaging chemistry crossword puzzle where students are given specific electron configurations and orbital hints in order to identify the elements described. Along with the crossword puzzle, a custom user friendly periodic table with orbital labels is included in this download. A key is included. Enjoy!
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10th - 12th, Higher Education
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 matter, plus an answer key. The crossword puzzles are: 1) Matter & Change (reactants, elements, mixture, groups, mass number, applied science, liquid, products, atom, nonmetal, physical change, extensive properties, technological developments, metals, gas, periods, chemistry, intensive properties, compound, basic, s
Grades:
9th - 12th
Are you looking for an engaging digital review activity after teaching your students Electron Configuration?This is a digital self-checking activity, that will require students to determine the element from the given electron configuration.To use this activity, you will share a Google Sheets link with your students. Make sure you give them their own copy. They will identify the answers to 12 different questions. If the answer is correct it will turn green and a puzzle piece will magically unscra
Grades:
7th - 10th

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This PowerPoint Review Game package contains 18 mini-puzzles that use 72 total clues for students to identify the 18 featured elements. You will click through each PowerPoint slide to reveal 4 clues (one clue at a time) as students use their periodic table and previous knowledge to guess the element. The first clue is vague or difficult (worth 4 points). The final clue should give away the answer (and is worth 1 point). The PowerPoint contains rules and a practice round for demonstration. I us

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