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This PowerPoint presentation serves to introduce students to the following chemical elements and compounds:SodiumChlorineHydrogenOxygenCarbonNitrogenSodium chlorideWaterGlucose (simple sugars)Carbon dioxideIt's not an exhaustive presentation - it's set up to be a sort of informative guessing game fo

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Fully editable word document with electron configuration diagrams for the first 20 elements. Students can use mini MMs to model electron configuration. Alternatively they can be laminated and used for card sort activities such as identifying trends in the periodic table.
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This product will allow your students to explore the periodic table. This includes:
-Trends
-Groups and Periods
-Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids
This product is intended to allow students to gain the information through a variety of ways. This includes reading and notes, I have who has, mystery

Molecular Geometry CARD SORTCovalent Bonding UnitStudents will be able to…· Match molecules with the correct molecular geometry terms. Items: · Molecular Geometry Chart· Molecular Geometry CARD SORT – VERSION Ao (Linear, Bent, Trigonal Planar, Tetrahedral, Trigonal Pyramidal, Trigonal Bipyramidal,

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Also included in: Covalent Bonding Unit - CURRICULUM BUNDLE

This simple flipchart presentation serves to introduce students to the following chemical elements and compounds:SodiumChlorineHydrogenOxygenCarbonNitrogenSodium chlorideWaterGlucose (simple sugars)Carbon dioxideIt's not an exhaustive presentation - it's set up to be a sort of guessing game for stud

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Use these cards to create a multitude of activities. You can print and laminate the cards and students can sort them into elements on the periodic table. Or give each student 1 card and the students can get themselves into groups.
Another way to use these cards is to sort students into groups for an

In this lesson, students will engage in historical scientific inquiry by stepping into the role of Mendeleyev, the father of the modern periodic table. Only after arriving at the rules upon which the periodic table is based themselves by doing an element card sort activity, will they learn specific

There are 6 different puzzles using the same clues to 41 elements.3 puzzles use atomic numbers as clues and the other 3 use symbols as clues. This allows the teacher to use different puzzles using the same clues in different classes or as make up.There are many nature study and science games in my T

This is a game with 45 cards showing element names, atomic numbers, atomic weights and symbols. Player place each card in one of 4 number groups and then turn the cards over to check for accuracy. An Identification Chart and a periodic table are included to help student learn the material.

This sorting game has students placing 40 cards with compound names on them in 10 categories related to the naming of the game. There is an Identification Chart naming all the compounds. Additionally, for classroom instruction there is a file on Rules for Naming Compounds, a work sheet to practice n

This is a board game using information found on the periodic table. Students rotate turns to answer questions about the element -- name, symbol, atomic number, & atomic mass.
My TPT store has many games -- Tic Tac Know, Bingo, Rummy, Concentration, Sorting, Dominoes, and Board games.

This is a game that extends the game of "Battle". Students roll a single number cube to determine what the "battle" is over:
Symbol, Atomic number, Atomic mass, number of protons, number of neutrons, and valence. Then they flip their top card and the winner of the card is the one with the highest va

This is a teacher-led activity that allows students to further explore the similarities and differences between elements, compounds, and mixtures. Students will sort cards into one of the three categories based on the information or symbols on the cards. The cards contain either a definition or an e

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This is an excerpt from my popular line ofBossy Brocci Math & Big Science workbooks on Amazon.================================================Most ELA, Math and Science teachers don't havemore than 100 State Tests on their shoulders- and they enjoy anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes to teach their c

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This is an excerpt from my popular line ofBossy Brocci Math & Big Science workbooks on Amazon.================================================Most ELA, Math and Science teachers don't havemore than 100 State Tests on their shoulders- and they enjoy anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes to teach their c

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This is an excerpt from my popular line ofBossy Brocci Math & Big Science workbooks on Amazon.================================================Most ELA, Math and Science teachers don't havemore than 100 State Tests on their shoulders- and they enjoy anywhere from 60 to 90 minutes to teach their c

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8^{th} - 11^{th}

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This is a simple card sort used to review vocabulary terms related to elements, compounds, and the periodic table. Great way to introduce a topic or to simply review terms. I included a blank sheet of cards in case you need to add anything.

I designed this for 8th grade, but it could be used as enrichment for lower grade levels or part of a modified chemistry/physical science inclusion. My homebound students enjoyed searching for items in the periodic table, and I found that a little bit of "sort of random" facts made them more interes

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This can be used as an individual activity or a group activity. It's purpose is to show that objects can be sorted many different ways and then brought together into one large assortment with lots of predictable trends and information.

This is a novel way to introduce students to metals, nonmetals and metalloids on the Periodic Table. Use these cards in the following way:Give a group of 4-6 students the set of cards without the answers. Tell students to sort the cards by properties. Elicit critical thinking with questions and feed

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This is great activity for an engagement or intervention. Students groups the pictures on the card sort into "like" categories. This activity was created to show students that elements in the same group, share similar properties. Rather than jumping right into the abstract concepts of the Periodi

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5^{th} - 8^{th}