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Chemical Bonding Go Fish  Other Games: A great review game for your students as the year winds down, spring fever winds up, and final exams approach. Several ways to play, differentiated for ability levels, grades 8 - 12

Concepts covered: ionic bonding, bonding with polyatomic ions, covalent bonding Students often have a hard time with the abstract ideas of chemical bonding.

Chemical Bonding Go Fish & Other Games, Ionic & Covalent Bonds

Chemical Bonding Go Fish & Other Games, Ionic & Covalent Bonds

Concepts covered: ionic bonding, bonding with polyatomic ions, covalent bonding Students often have a hard time with the abstract ideas of chemical bonding.

Use this activity to teach your students the art of chemical bonding. This product includes 12 cards with elements students can use to learn about ...

Bonding with Classmates- Chemical Bonding Activity

Use this activity to teach your students the art of chemical bonding. This product includes 12 cards with elements students can use to learn about chemical

"Element Connections" Purpose of game: To review information about the Periodic Table and the elements. This is best done as a review game at the end of a unit, when you have already taught about atomic numbers and weights, family groups on the Table (alkali metals, transition metals, etc.), and some basic facts about the more common elements.

"Element Connections" (a bingo-type game for ages They need to use clues to go from top to bottom, although not in a straight line.

Students analyze common features of cartoon aliens and explore how the common and varying features align with the regular patterns seen on the periodic table. Highly engaging, high level thinking activity.

Periodic table lab atomic number group period 5th 6th 7th 8 Jr high middle NGSS

Students analyze common features of cartoon aliens and explore how the common and varying features align with the regular patterns seen on the periodic table.

With this activity, students determine how ions can be bonded together to form neutral compounds.

With this activity, students determine how ions can be bonded together to form neutral compounds.

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