This packet is intended as a review for naming compounds, both ionic and covalent compounds. The packet can also be used as guided practice in class or a homework assignment. The packet requires students to name and provide the formula for both
A worksheet covering the topic of conservation of mass. Students are required to determine either the starting or ending mass of a chemical reaction based on the information provided and the Law of Conservation of Mass.
This project requires students to use their knowledge of lab safety to do on of the following: create a cartoon, a claymotion video, a lab safety skit, or a lab safety poster. This is another way that as a science teacher you know your students
This worksheet introduces students to dimensional analysis, the techniques used to solve stoichiometry problems. Using shapes, students get a basic understanding of the dimensional analysis process.
Used as a worksheet, a teaching tool, guided
This packet is intended as a review packet on naming ionic compounds. However, it could be used as homework during a unit or even in class guided practice. The packet includes four pages of naming compounds as well as giving the formula for
This worksheet packet has multiple problems about significant figures. Questions include identifying the correct number of significant figures, math with significant figures (multiplication, division, addition, and subtraction). The worksheet also
This review game is intended for a unit covering writing reactions, balancing reactions, and identifying reactions.
I split my class into four or five groups depending on class size. Then I line them up relay race style. The first person in
This worksheet requires students to write the orbital configuration of different elements. Then students are required to write the electron configurations of different elements. While the shortcut can be used if the instructor allows, the
This worksheet is used as an introduction to ionic compounds. Students practice naming and identifying the two types of ions (cations and anions). The worksheet also requires students to use the octet rule to determine if an atoms wishes to gain
This worksheet can be used as a tool to introduce students to stoichiometry and the use of dimensional analysis. The worksheet asks students to solve word problems (such as them may see in day to day life) using dimensional analysis.
Can be used
Students use their knowledge of stoichiometry and dimensional analysis to convert moles of a substance to moles of another substance. Students need to already have the skills to balance chemical equations.
Can be used as a teaching tool, guided
Stoichiometry worksheet giving students extra practice. Student should know how to balance equations, as they may not all be balanced.
Can be used as a teaching tool, guided practice, homework, or assessment.
This Study guide is designed to help prepare students for a test on covalent and ionic compounds. The study guide also covers concepts such as electron configuration, naming ions, types of ions, and periodic trends. This study guide can be used as