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Kinetic Molecular Theory, Ideal Gas, Boyle's Law, Charles' Law, Gay-Lussac's Law, Dalton's Law of Partial Pressures, Avogadro's Law, Relationships between temperature, pressure and volume
NO Math - only concept questions!
I know you’re tired. I’m tired too. Here is a great game that will keep your kids busy while you sit back a bit and supervise. Let the kids take the lead on this one.
Print out half the number of copies you’d normally need, because this is designed for pairs of kids. I like to have kids play Connect 4, since they only need to know some chemistry and how to count to four. They take turns. If they get the question right, they lay down a bingo chip, or a penny, or simply make a mark on the paper. Once they’ve connected four boxes, they win.
You can have them do this for review, and flip through their notes. They’ll be looking to win, so each kid will be working on all the questions. It’s different than a boring worksheet, and you’ll get bonus teacher points if winners get a prize, even if it’s just a fancy paperclip. (Literally, my HS history teacher did this to us - I never got a fancy paper clip and it’s been one of the biggest regrets of my life.)
You can be as “Pinterest-y” as you like with this one. Colored paper, laminated, in dry erase sleeves, or bingo chips work well and look great on Instagram, but life isn’t about ‘The Gram’ and we don’t teach for the glory. Change a kids’ day (and maybe their whole week) by ditching the worksheet and switching things up.
I hope this helps you to take it easy today, helps your students learn or review gas laws and concepts in a way that makes your class the most fun of the day.