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Engage students through writing Chemical Formulas in a step by step way. Learning to write Chemical Formulas with this worksheet is easy since it is laid out and organized well.
Use this worksheet to help students decide on the right symbol, the right charge, the difference in cation and anion, and finally come up with...the right formula! It is great for visual learners!
When students start writing chemical formulas from names, there is a lot for them to consider. Can they figure out the right element symbol? Can they figure out the charge of the element? Is there a polyatomic ion present? Is the overall charge balanced for the compound?
This worksheet takes them through that whole thought process. It makes them write down the element symbols, along with the charges right above the symbol. Then, they cross charges to come up with a final formula. This is all done in a very organized and aesthetically pleasing way.
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