This is a PowerPoint resource on how to draw a Bohr model of the atom. A link to a Google Slides version is also included on the first page. This presentation is appropriate for Middle School students, and any others learning only about smaller, simpler Bohr models. It does not cover transition metals or larger elements. After a quick overview explaining what a Bohr model is, the presentation walks students through creating a colorful and detailed note page. The notes include both the steps and two examples. My students love using color in their notes to make the important details stand out.
The final slide includes six examples for students to try. Live links are included to answers, so students can check their own work and assess their understanding of the material.
I have used this product with individual students and with small groups working together. It is perfect for teachers who want students to work through Bohr models at their own pace or are looking for ways to help students structure detailed and colorful notes about how to draw a Bohr model.