# BUNDLE of LESSONS - Lewis Dot Diagrams - Card Sort and 4 Step by Step Worksheets

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Periodicity and Electrons - Step by Step Worksheet

- students will examine the relationships between periods and energy levels as well as families and valence electrons

- the Bohr diagrams and Lewis dot diagrams allow students to visualize how these relationships repeat on the periodic table

- illustrates the direct relationship between the family number, valence electrons, and oxidation number

- students will draw and compare different conceptual models for the electrons around an atom

- teach students to show their work step by step with boxes for Bohr models and Lewis electron dot diagrams

Card Sort - Lewis Dot Diagrams and Oxidation Numbers

- help students see the relationship between the group number on the periodic table and the number of valence electrons

- illustrates how the oxidation number depends on the number of electrons gained or lost by making Lewis electron dot diagrams for the A families

- once assembled, a complete picture of the periodic nature of elements is shown

- manipulatives add a new way to remember and review

- perfect hands on activity for kinetic and visual learners

- great for review, cooperative learning, and checking for understanding

- easy and inexpensive to make

- get away from boring worksheets

- reuse year and after

- perfect activity for interactive notebooks

- make kids think and discuss science vocabulary

- includes answer key and student worksheet (2 per page)

Drawing Lewis Dot Diagrams - Set 1 - Step by Step Worksheet

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Drawing Lewis Dot Diagrams - Set 2 - Step by Step Worksheet

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Drawing Lewis Dot Diagrams - Set 3 - Step by Step Worksheet

- 3 worksheets utilizing a step by step process allows student to draw Lewis electron dot diagrams

- identify the periodic family (group) in order to determine the oxidation number

- use the family (group) number to construct a Lewis electron dot diagram of valence electrons

- determine the charge of each element once it has lost or gained valence electrons

- table of oxidation numbers by family (group) included

- works well as a warm up activity, homework assignment, or guided practice

- sized to fit 2 student copies per sheet of paper to save you time at the copier

- perfect size to fit into an interactive science journal

- recommended for Chemistry, Physical Science, and IPC

Periodic Table of the Elements - Reference Chart

- easy to read Periodic Table of the Elements

- copy onto card stock, laminate, and tape on desks

- perfect for interactive notebooks - fold in half and glue in the front of a spiral or composition book as an easy to find reference

- great reference for your physical science and chemistry classes

* I designed and typed this periodic table myself because I never found one I really liked to use with my students in my classroom.*

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18 pages
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4 days
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