- Put the aufbau principle, Hund's rule, and the Pauli exclusion principle to use with this worksheet! Not only that, but you will be able to SHOW your students what the differences are in shells, subshells and orbitals. Students write the abbreviated electron configuration and then fill up the electr$3.50$4.25Save $0.75
- All my chemistry resources.In this bundle I have all of my color and learn, step by step, and digital learning resources.I did NOT include the doodle notes line (I did include a sample packet for you) or the teaching notes line.If you ever have questions please message me on TpT, email me at coscine$100.53$111.70Save $11.17
***NOW DIGITAL*** Quantum numbers have to be taught, but many students just write them off as too hard from the beginning.
This worksheet is best to use at the very beginning, after you have introduced the concept of quantum numbers. Use it as classwork or homework. Students will look at the labeled diagram and answer the questions. The diagram has them look at the difference between an orbital, shell, and subshell through questions. The worksheet also asks the students to draw specified orbitals, shells, and subshells. Answers are included.
After this worksheet, I would use this one:
The second page of the worksheet is about the general shape of each type of orbital. There is usually at least one of these questions on the AP test.
***Did your chemistry class go to distance learning? I created a TpT Digital Activity using this worksheet that is all ready to go for you. I've already typed the instructions and added the answer boxes to save you time. Of course, you can edit or completely change the way I've written the instructions. How cool is that? Assign it via Google classroom. See the how to video here.***
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