Chemical Reactions, Word Equations, Formula Equations, Monatomic, Diatomic, Ionic, Molecular Compounds
Each year my students always seemed to struggle with how to convert word equations into formula equations. They especially had a difficult time remembering the diatomic elements and how to remember when to use ionic naming rules instead of covalent. This year I had the idea to make a foldable to help my students organize their thoughts. It worked so well, I just had to post it here!
This foldable package includes:
•A blank foldable template (for students to take their own notes or for you to customize).
•The foldable with the notes pre-filled out.
•Step-by-step instructions (including pictures!).
•Other suggestions for implementation and use.
Other Chemical Reactions lessons you may be interested in:
Lesson Plan: Writing Formula Equations from Word Equations
Lesson Plan: Balancing Chemical Equations
Lesson Plan: Writing Formula Equations from Word Equations and Balancing
Lesson Plan: Types of Chemical Reactions – Synthesis and Decomposition Reactions
Lesson Plan: Types of Chemical Reactions – Single Replacement Reactions
Lesson Plan: Types of Chemical Reactions – Double Replacement and Combustion Reactions
Lesson Plan: Net Ionic Equations
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Lesson Plan Bundle: Chemical Reactions
Lesson Plan Bundle: Redox Reactions (Oxidation-Reduction Reactions)
To purchase the power points only:
Chemical Reactions: Power Points - Set of 6!
To purchase homework worksheets only:
Homework Worksheets: Chemical Reactions –Set of 8 – All with answer keys!
Great labs/activities that reinforce these concepts:
Lab Activity: Types of Chemical Reactions – Teacher-prep guide included!
Foldable: Chemical Reactions - Converting Word Equations into Formula Equations
Color by Number: Types of Chemical Reactions
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