Get this worksheet free! Use this worksheet to show students a neat visual way to learn their solubility rules. There are fill in the blank worksheets, but why not use this fun visual solubility worksheet instead? This format is at least as effective as a fill in the blank worksheet and slightly more interesting for my students, but I'll let your students be the judge of that!
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I would use this worksheet as a homework exercise or an in class activity. Basically, the students will sort through a compound list and put the compounds in either a soluble beaker or an insoluble beaker...just like a real lab!
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