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Are you looking for a no prep, easy to use, nearly self grading worksheet for learning cations and anions? You are in the right place! When students use this worksheet they have a solid foundation for learning to write chemical compounds and formulas.
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In my class, I start students off witha black and white periodic table and they color code it for cations and anions. Then, they use this worksheet to get familiar with the cations and anions and their charges. I really focus on charges because that is where students get lost in writing chemical formulas and this worksheet makes sure students know their charges.
This worksheet was created using color memory association since the words cation and anion sound the same, but the worksheet uses blue and yellow to differentiate them.
This is self explanatory enough for homeschool use-just add a periodic table.
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