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These scaffolded Cornell Doodle Notes combine two effective note-taking strategies and can be used as a mini-lesson on how to draw a Lewis Dot Diagram to show the valence electrons of an atom. There is a Let’s Try practice space in which students draw the Lewis Dot Diagrams for elements #1-18.These

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Also included in: Chemical Bonding and Reactions Bundle

This is a well laid out Bohr diagram and Lewis Dot structure worksheet for struggling students in placing the electrons around the nucleus.
There are empty boxes around the shells so that students will understand where to place the electrons and to follow the 2-8-8 rule.
The questions on the sid

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Valence Electrons -- if students don't understand them, then how can they ever learn to bond? (I made a pun there...I'll get my coat. :-) )
This is a set of 20 task cards for Valence Electrons and Lewis Dot Diagrams. I have included a Student Response document and an Answer Key with suggested answe

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The complete, no prep., bundle containing:Bohr-Rutherford diagrams for the first twenty elements;Lewis dot diagrams for the first twenty elements;&Bohr models for all elements on the periodic table (1-118).Click here to follow my store and receive the latest updates.Original Artwork (©AwesomeSci

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These PAPERLESS, SELF-GRADING chemistry assessments will save you time and provide you and your students immediate, meaningful feedback. This resource includes two 12 question quizzes and one large assessment with all 24 questions. Aside from uploaded images, many questions and answer choices are E

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Also included in: Chemistry Self-Grading Quiz Assessments 18 Topic BUNDLE for Google Forms

Although Lewis dot diagrams are not as difficult to master as Bohr diagrams, they still require a little practice. I created this worksheet so that my students could practice and master Lewis dot diagrams. Examples are included on the worksheet. Lewis dot diagrams (electron dot diagrams) are an impo

Students complete a Lewis Dot Diagram for the 1st 20 elements on the Periodic Table.
Simple instructions, follow-up questions and extensions included.
I use this activity as part of an interactive notebook.

Also included in: Chemical Bonding Introduction Notebook Bundle

Student Objectives:Identify the 3 subatomic particles, their charges, and describe how they are arranged in atoms. Use a Periodic Table and apply the Octet Rule to create electron configuration diagrams (Lewis Dot and Bohr Models). Students will follow directions to label the charges and locations o

These Task Cards are meant to help students understand how to identify an atom, how the periodic table is organized and also understand how the Lewis Dot Diagram groups elements through visuals.
When looking at a task card, the student needs to be able to identify the element based on the image pro

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This digital distance learning or printable worksheet reviews identifying ionic and covalent bonds and compounds, their elements and Lewis Dot Diagrams showing how the valence electrons are configured(HS-PS1 and MS-PS1-2). This can either be printed out or sent to their devices digitally.Other che

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Also included in: BASIC CHEMISTRY BUNDLE! 8 resources MS-PS1 HS-PS1

This powerpoint presentation teaches students about valence electrons and how to draw them. It shows a shortcut (Lewis Dot) so you don't have to draw all those darn electrons! Overview of how to draw them and 5 practice problems are included. You might also be interested in:Types of Bonds powerpoint

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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

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Also included in: Chemistry Lab Stations Bundle - Printable & Digital

This activity is in an Interactive Notebook format on google slides. Students will predict the amount of valence electrons and move the dots around to form the covalent bonds to satisfy the octet rule. Key is included in the last slides at the end of the slide presentation. There are 14 molecules in

About this Product• This download includes G Suite designed resources needed for one 45-minute science lesson.• The resources in the download are re-bundled and re-formatted from my Chemistry Unit Bundle.• Purchase the materials for the topic(s) pertinent to your classroom - not an entire unit!• Fil

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Also included in: Chemistry Google Classroom Lesson Bundle

A 2-page worksheet that gives students practice drawing electron dot or Lewis dot diagrams through a brief tutorial and example, an activity where students record the name, chemical symbol and correct electron dot diagrams for the first 18 elements, and 5 analysis questions.I utilize this product af

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This is a worksheet meant to help kids understand the Lewis dot diagram.
Starting at the big atom, the student must understand the lewis Dot Diagrams to complete the maze. For diagrams with a Chemical Symbol, the

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Students will need a periodic table for this warm-up/ activity. Students will find the protons, neutrons, and electrons in atoms, then create Bohr Models and Dot Diagrams using the information. The first problem is completed as an example.The elements include:LithiumCarbonBerylliumNeonNitrogenOxyg

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This card sort will prepare 9th grade science and chemistry students to identify and fill out Lewis electron dot diagrams as well as the oxidation numbers of each family using the Periodic Table of Elements. After completing this activity, students will be able to see the relationship between valen

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Also included in: Bundle of Lessons - Lewis Electron Dot Diagrams

Your students will identify and match the Lewis electron dot diagrams to their corresponding element symbols. Students simply drag element symbol to the correct structures and push "submit". Perfect way to check for understanding, review, or use as a quiz or short test. The answers are presented in

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This worksheet deals with creating Lewis Dot diagrams for the first 20 atoms. It includes an answer key. I currently use this worksheet in my Integrated Science course when teaching the chemistry unit. It works very well as a drill worksheet.
Satisfies CA Chemistry Standard 1d. Students know how t

This activity I use as a day two with my physical science students. I would send this to my students as a google classroom assignment and have them create the Lewis Dot Diagrams for the first 20 elements on the periodic table. To make the Lewis Dot Diagrams the students would have to double-click

Lewis Dot Diagram allows chemistry students to displays the valence electrons of an atom. This worksheet allows them practice creating each for 14 atoms. Students should be able to do the electronic configuration of the atoms ahead of time.

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These blank table are ready for students to fill out with electrons, protons and neutrons. Energy levels are drawn in so students can place electrons neatly in the correct place. Examples are given on each chart and extra thinking questions are included. We made this because we found it was takin

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This is a short presentation, but it's a valuable one for a concept that many students find tricky at first. Lewis Dot Structures is an essential component of any Physical Science or Chemistry course. This step-by-step lesson gives your class the essentials. What makes this short lesson so valuable