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Get this worksheet and my whole store FREE! Use this incredible worksheet to illustrate to your students the art of balancing chemical equations and also show the difference in coefficients and subscripts in balancing chemical equations.
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Get this worksheet and my whole store FREE! This Bronsted Lowry acid base worksheet teaches how the hydrogen atoms move within an acid bases reaction. The student can look at the product and reactant sides of the reaction and see how the hydrogens
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Get this worksheet and my whole store FREE! Engage your students with this coloring sheet that helps them practice their solubility rules. A solubility rules sheet is provided, but you are welcome to use your own. Students will look at the sheet,
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Get this worksheet and my whole store FREE! Understanding the difference in cations and anions is the foundation of chemistry. Use this bright, fun, and colorful worksheet before having students learn to name chemical formulas, the difference in
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Get this worksheet free! Make teaching and learning quantum numbers (s, p ,d ,f ) easier for students and teachers! Quantum numbers practice with visualworksheets is vital to learning quantum
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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.
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Use this worksheet to help students see how chemicals form ionic bonds and covalent bonds. They will go through and color all the metals, then the nonmetals, then the polyatomic ions. Based on the colors, the students will identify the bond type.
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Get this worksheet and my whole store 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
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Look no further for a visual way to show students ionic and covalent bonding. This worksheet helps students naming ionic and covalent compounds as well as understand the metal rules behind ionic bonding. This worksheet has a periodic table that
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Get this worksheet and my whole store free! Share the periodic table fun and get the semester off to a good start with this worksheet. Using this worksheet will help students get more practice when learning about the periodic table at the beginning
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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
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Use this diagram / handout to illustrate to your students the art of balancing chemical equations and also show the difference in coefficients and subscripts in chemical equations. This handout will literally show your students the atoms in the
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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
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Get this worksheet and my whole store FREE! Use this worksheet to explain the mole concept, Avogadro's number, Mole Day, atoms, or molecules. Students will ask, "What is a mole?" and you will answer some variation of, "It is 6.022 x 10^23
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Use this worksheet to practice electron configuration with your students. Put the aufbau principle, Hund's rule, and the Pauli exclusion principle to use with this worksheet! Students write the abbreviated electron configuration and then fill up
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This worksheet gets students familiar with what information can come off of a periodic table symbol. These symbols can be designed several ways, so I included the most common symbol types. Students label the mass number and atomic number on all of
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Show students WHY we have to learn significant figures with this worksheet. One things I notice so many students struggle with is the difference in 12390 and 123.90. I show the students that example (which is addressed in this worksheet in the
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Literally show your students how to find molar mass with this really great diagram! So many of my students would ask me,"But, where did you get those numbers?" in tutoring sessions after class when I would show them how to find atomic mass. I
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These doodle notes are super academic. Sometimes, I think doodle notes don't raise the bar enough, so I tried to make these so useful that your students can use them as a reference page. There are 3 power rule exponent examples on the doodle
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Use this worksheet to help students see how chemicals form ionic bonds and covalent bonds. They will go through and color all the metals, then the nonmetals, then the polyatomic ions. Based on the colors, the students will identify the bond type.
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I have been a tutor for FOREVER! In high school we had study hall and I always worked ahead, so I ended up tutoring the other students. Then, in college, I had so much tutoring experience that I was hired to tutor in the local middle schools through a grant program. Even though I majored in chemistry, and worked in the field a short while, I ended up developing a tutoring center for a state college in Georgia. They liked that one so much that they asked me to develop another one just for their STEM program. While I have tutored for 16 years, I have taught in traditional classrooms for 5 years. I have taught both chemistry and algebra in the classroom, so I know some of the struggles of the classroom teacher as well. What really got me started was another student in college. A bunch of students and I were preparing for a chemistry test. A classmate of mine was tired and said,"Why did God make chemistry? We have to learn all this stuff about things that we can't even see." That sort of sparked these ideas that I have been putting to paper for the last 8 years and finally decided to put them on here! I want your students to SEE science.

MY TEACHING STYLE

I am an active lecture teacher. I like to explain things to my students with steps whenever possible. My students like when I give them steps. In the classroom, I usually explain the lesson for 20-30 minutes using examples and allowing questions. Then, I use the last 20-10 minutes to pass out a handout and let the student try out what I have taught them. That way they don't get home and go, "Oh no! How in the world do I do this?!"

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a bachelors degree in chemistry.

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I have consulted for textbook publishers, assisted in implementing a national math curriculum through the Carnegie Foundation, and just love making learning easier...especially if I can find a way to put art and science together.

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