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This no-prep activity makes ionic compound formula writing interactive and engaging. Practice ionic compound formula writing in print and digital Google formats! Ask your students to use specific colored dice or digital spinners for specific practice, i.e. monatomic ions, multivalent ions or polyatomic ions.
- Directions and tips for how to set up your dice
- Printable worksheet for structured practice with sample answer key
- Digital Google slides with embedded YouTube digital spinners for practice with sample answer key where slides can be duplicated or removed to fit your students’ needs
- All digital spinners embedded YouTube on one Google slide – this slide can replace the use of dice
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- Six dice are needed per group - one of each color: red, orange, yellow, green, blue & violet. I'd recommend groups of 2-4 students. For a class size of 30, make 10 copies of each dice - using a total of 60 cubes.
- The foam cubes seen in the product image came from Amazon, specifically, the "Manipulate Foam 1-Inch Color Cubes, Set of 100" - not included in this resource. Any unused cubes can be used to make dice for other games.
- I favored the quiet rolling foam cubes. However, these could be replaced with:
- Wooden cubes – use colored permanent markers (red, orange, yellow, green, blue, violet) to write the ions on the dice. Often available at local craft & retail stores.
- Paper cubes – to increase the durability for years of use, use card stock or laminate before cutting. Search "blank cube template" online and write in ions from the provided list before making copies.
- 3-D print your own ion dice-specific colors and ions listed in this resource.
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