This 2-worksheet product is designed for a typical middle school / early high school unit on chemical bonds and introduces the following three skills: (1) drawing ionic bond diagrams; (2) drawing covalent bond diagrams; and (3) writing chemical formulas for the resulting compounds.How I Use This Pro
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A chart about cations, anions, and charges of a few different elements.Practice finding the charges of elements.Ionic pairs to predict bonding.Simple and to the point! Used for teaching about Ions, Valence Electrons, and Ionic Bonding
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This worksheet asks students a series of questions about the characteristics of covalent and ionically bonded substances. They have to make use of their knowledge of bonds to find the right answers.

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An excellent worksheet that the students can apply a step by step approach to Ionic & Covalent Bonding. In addition they can practice Naming a and Writing Chemical Compounds. Key available upon request. Grade Level 10-12 grade
Use this simple worksheet to to help students learn the main classifications of drugs and how criminal penalties are determined. S to perform color spot plate tests on over the counter drugs including common pain relievers. Students will analyze chemical and phisical properties of common OTC drugs.
Students will complete the worksheet to review concepts related to covalent bonding. Includes problems on Lewis structures, VSEPR, molecular shapes, and comparing/contrasting covalent and ionic compounds.
Ionic Bonding Necklace TemplatesPractice or review ionic nomenclature with the Ionic Bonding Necklace Templates (Multivalent and Polyatomic Ions). This activity was inspired by an activity titled, Bond with a Classmate, by Gail Sanders – which may be found here with the monatomic ions and workshee
Contains a 1-page student organizer to review the properties of compounds and metals determined by bonding type, including a space for illustrations. The purpose of this organizational chart is to help students understand that underlying chemical structures determine the function (properties) of m
This worksheet is an intensive practice set for students to practice writing the names and formulas of ionic compounds.
Visual summary of the three main types of chemical bonding (include two two types of covalent bonding). I generally encourage students to spend time with the worksheet by doodling or decorating it.
This google slide activity is a quick way to reinforce and review ionic compound formation. Students use a word bank to complete each statement. The following terms are used:cationsanionsmetalsnonmetalsionic compoundsnoble gasesThis review describes how cations and anions form ionic compounds by tra
After introducing ions (cation/anion), this activity can help your students understand how ionic bonding essentially works. In this activity, students make imaginary elements and use this to make ionic compounds with other students in their class.This activity can encourage movement in the classroom
A short chapter summary of the types of bonds with 10 questions at the end.Ionic, covalent, and metallic bonds are disscussed. The questions at the end require students to use the information they read to answer the questions.

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Worksheet to provide students practice with molecular bonding using the Bohr Model. Should be used to help students become familiar with subatomic particles, the Bohr Model, and covalent and Ionic Bonding
This short review contains a table for students to practice writing ionic formulas and 20 practice problems for writing names of ionic bonds. Also included is a table for students to practice writing the prefixes of covalent bonds.
Two mini quizzes where the student has to determine if the atom is a metal or nonmetal, determine the ion formed, and draw an ionic bond
This guided note sheet is free and accompanies the Chemistry of Life powerpoint. The Chemistry of Life powerpoint is $2.99 and covers atoms, molecules, ionic and covalent bonding, hydrogen bonds, properties of water, cohesion and adhesion, water transport in plants and pH.
Do you need a FREE worksheet to assess your students' ability to name and write formulas of ionic compounds, covalent compounds, and acids? This 20-question worksheet is perfect for use in Chemistry or Physical Science as a formative or summative assessment of skills associated with this type of che
For use with distance learning or in the classroom, this resource contains a Google Sheet document for students to practiceNaming ionic compounds, including naming with transition metals that require roman numeralsWriting formulas for ionic compounds, including reducing formulas to the lowest whole
Solving crossword puzzles requires a student to understand and identify key terms. Help students hone their ionic compound vocabulary with a puzzle.
Instruction Sheet for Nature of Matter Mind Map.Students show their knowledge and connections of the components of matter. The following terms are used in the mind map:● Matter● Atom● Subatomic Particle● Proton● Neutron● Electron● Element● Compound● Molecule● Ionic Bond● Intramolecular Bo

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