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Bohr Model Worksheet Packet

-- 4 Versions of 3 Practice Worksheets

-- Differentiated Skill Levels ideal for your students

-- Can be used for Scaffolded Lessons

Very Easy Bohr Model Practice:

-- Worksheets 1A, 1B, and 1C

-- 6 Exercises each, 18 exercises total.

-- Students given Periodic Table of Element Squares

-- Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Number of Protons, Number of Electrons, and Number of Neutrons provided for the students. (No calculations)

-- Illustrated Bohr Model Nucleus and Required Electron Orbitals

-- Students draw electrons and input proton and neutrons in nucleus.

Beginner Bohr Model Practice:

-- Worksheets 2A, 2B, and 2C

-- 6 Exercises each, 18 exercises total

-- Students given Periodic Table of Element Squares

-- Students must determine Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Number of Protons, Number of Electrons, and Number of Neutrons (Calculations Required)

-- Illustrated Bohr Model Nucleus and Required Electron Orbitals

-- Students draw electrons and input proton and neutrons in nucleus.

Intermediate Bohr Model Practice:

-- Worksheets 3A, 3B, and 3C

-- 6 Exercises each, 18 exercises total

-- Students given Periodic Table of Element Squares

-- Students must determine Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Number of Protons, Number of Electrons, and Number of Neutrons (Calculations Required)

-- Students draw Nucleus and Electron Orbitals

-- Students draw electrons and input proton and neutrons in nucleus.

Advanced Bohr Model Practice:

-- Worksheets 4A, 4B, and 4C

-- 6 Exercises each, 18 exercises total

-- Students must find the element on their own periodic table.

-- Students must determine Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Number of Protons, Number of Electrons, and Number of Neutrons (Calculations Required)

-- Students draw Nucleus and Electron Orbitals

-- Students draw electrons and input proton and neutrons in nucleus.

Next Generation Science Standard

HS-PS1-1. Use the periodic table as a model to predict the relative properties of elements based on the patterns of electrons in the outermost energy level of atoms.

-- 4 Versions of 3 Practice Worksheets

-- Differentiated Skill Levels ideal for your students

-- Can be used for Scaffolded Lessons

Very Easy Bohr Model Practice:

-- Worksheets 1A, 1B, and 1C

-- 6 Exercises each, 18 exercises total.

-- Students given Periodic Table of Element Squares

-- Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Number of Protons, Number of Electrons, and Number of Neutrons provided for the students. (No calculations)

-- Illustrated Bohr Model Nucleus and Required Electron Orbitals

-- Students draw electrons and input proton and neutrons in nucleus.

Beginner Bohr Model Practice:

-- Worksheets 2A, 2B, and 2C

-- 6 Exercises each, 18 exercises total

-- Students given Periodic Table of Element Squares

-- Students must determine Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Number of Protons, Number of Electrons, and Number of Neutrons (Calculations Required)

-- Illustrated Bohr Model Nucleus and Required Electron Orbitals

-- Students draw electrons and input proton and neutrons in nucleus.

Intermediate Bohr Model Practice:

-- Worksheets 3A, 3B, and 3C

-- 6 Exercises each, 18 exercises total

-- Students given Periodic Table of Element Squares

-- Students must determine Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Number of Protons, Number of Electrons, and Number of Neutrons (Calculations Required)

-- Students draw Nucleus and Electron Orbitals

-- Students draw electrons and input proton and neutrons in nucleus.

Advanced Bohr Model Practice:

-- Worksheets 4A, 4B, and 4C

-- 6 Exercises each, 18 exercises total

-- Students must find the element on their own periodic table.

-- Students must determine Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Number of Protons, Number of Electrons, and Number of Neutrons (Calculations Required)

-- Students draw Nucleus and Electron Orbitals

-- Students draw electrons and input proton and neutrons in nucleus.

Next Generation Science Standard

HS-PS1-1. Use the periodic table as a model to predict the relative properties of elements based on the patterns of electrons in the outermost energy level of atoms.

Total Pages

24 pages

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Teaching Duration

3 days

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