Engage your students with this coloring sheet that helps them practice their solubility rules. A solubility rules sheet is provided, but you are welcome to use your own. Students will look at the sheet, identify a compound, look up the compound, and see if it is soluble. If it is soluble they will color the shape blue, if it is insoluble the students will color the shape green, and if it is a compound that is soluble (nitrates are always soluble) the students will color it gray.
If you have already done a regular fill in the blank worksheet, this would be a great worksheet to give the students more practice in an aesthetically pleasing way. Get those liberal arts students involved and show them chemistry can be fun...and pretty!
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