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Bohr Models of Ions- 2 Worksheets -3 Skill Level Versions of Each -12 Pages

Bohr Models of Ions- 2 Worksheets -3 Skill Level Versions of Each -12 Pages
Bohr Models of Ions- 2 Worksheets -3 Skill Level Versions of Each -12 Pages
Bohr Models of Ions- 2 Worksheets -3 Skill Level Versions of Each -12 Pages
Bohr Models of Ions- 2 Worksheets -3 Skill Level Versions of Each -12 Pages
Bohr Models of Ions- 2 Worksheets -3 Skill Level Versions of Each -12 Pages
Bohr Models of Ions- 2 Worksheets -3 Skill Level Versions of Each -12 Pages
Product Description
Bohr Models of Ions Practice Worksheet Packet
-- 3 Versions of 2 Practice Worksheets
-- Differentiated Skill Levels ideal for your students
-- Can be used for Scaffolded Lessons

Beginner Bohr Models of Ions Practice:
-- Worksheets 1A, 1B, and 1C
-- 6 Exercises per worksheet, 12 exercises total.
-- Students given Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, & Ion Symbol
-- Students must determine Number of Protons, Number of Electrons, and Number of Neutrons (Calculation Required)
-- Illustrated Bohr Model Nucleus and Required Electron Orbitals
-- Students draw electrons and input proton and neutrons in nucleus.

Intermediate Bohr Model of Ions Practice:
-- Worksheets 2A, 2B, and 2C
-- 6 Exercises per worksheet, 12 exercises total.
-- Students given Ion Symbol
-- 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 (Calculation Required)
-- Illustrated Bohr Model Nucleus and Required Electron Orbitals
-- Students draw electrons and input proton and neutrons in nucleus.

Advanced Bohr Model of Ions Practice:
-- Worksheets 3A, 3B, and 3C
-- 6 Exercises per worksheet, 12 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 (Calculation 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
12 pages
Answer Key
Not Included
Teaching Duration
2 days
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