This two-page atoms and bonds study guide features seven sections. The first section is a fill in the blank table where students write whether a compound is a metal + a nonmetal or a nonmetal + a nonmetal, ionic or covalent, and whether e- are transferred or shared. The second section offers periodic symbol analysis where students write the element name, its origin by language, identify the atomic number, atomic mass, and number of the three kinds of subatomic particles, and whether it is a metal, nonmetal, or noble gas. In the third section, students classify whether the stated properties are ionic, covalent, or both in description. In section four, students balance the charges of ions and write ionic formulas off word expressions. Charges of polyatomic ions are provided. In section five, students write Lewis symbols for five elements, following the included example. In section six, students sketch six simple Lewis structures. A brief six-step guideline for sketching the structures is present in the margin. Section seven is a true false section where students correct the underlined word in the false statement. There are 61 total questions on the study guide. This study guide has the same layout as my Atoms and Bonds Test product through TpT. Questions and/or examples are completely changed for six of the seven sections in the follow up test sold separately. A color-coated answer key is included.