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- Use this bundle of my top selling coloring sheets for your chemistry classroom. These 9 worksheets teach so much and the students enjoy them too. After they color them, these sheets make excellent reference sheets for the students to keep in their notebooks. The cation and anion worksheet is differe$8.55$9.50Save $0.95
- Engage your students with this coloring sheet and compound sorting worksheet that helps them practice their solubility rules. This bundle is the perfect mix between serious worksheet and something visual that has students learning without realizing it! A solubility rules sheet is provided, but you a$3.00$3.25Save $0.25
- Engage your students with these activities that are a little more than just a fill in the blank worksheet. These worksheets will help your student learn their solubility rules, learn the properties of the periodic table, learn the difference between alkaline and alkali groups, and learn the differen$4.05$4.50Save $0.45
- Get this worksheet and my whole store FREE! Use this worksheet to show students a neat visual way to learn their solubility rules. There are more worksheets, but why not use this fun visual solubility worksheet instead? This worksheet uses the visual example simulating a well plate.I would use this$7.50$10.00Save $2.50
- All my chemistry resources.In this bundle I have all of my color and learn, step by step, and digital learning resources.I did NOT include the doodle notes line (I did include a sample packet for you) or the teaching notes line.If you ever have questions please message me on TpT, email me at coscine$107.00$125.05Save $18.05
***NOW Editable*** 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. If it is a compound that is always soluble (nitrates are always soluble) the students will color it gray.
***Did your chemistry class go to distance learning? I created a TpT Digital Activity using this worksheet that is all ready to go for you. I've already typed the instructions and added the answer boxes to save you time. Of course, you can edit or completely change the way I've written the instructions. How cool is that? Assign it via Google classroom. See the how to video here.***
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