Venn diagram ionic versus covalent bonding

Venn diagram ionic versus covalent bonding

worksheet comparing ionic and covalent bonding and includes the misconception of covalent bonding being a weak bond. differentiated, with a super-simple version for less able students. Answers included. good for: extension activity, starter, plenary or homework timing: 5 - 10 minutes
LawrenceL
Edexcel CC1&2 Chemistry Knowledge Assessments

Edexcel CC1&2 Chemistry Knowledge Assessments

A quick assessment covering content taught in CC1 and 2 States of Matter and Methods of Seperating and Purifying Substances. Can be used as a pre-content tool for baselining, a revision resource or mini-assessment.
SAlex2991
Writing Formulas and Compound Names Bundle

Writing Formulas and Compound Names Bundle

**Writing Formulas and Compound Names Bundle ** This bundle contains 5 great worksheets for developing skills in high school physical science or chemistry 1. This bundle includes the following 5 worksheets with answer keys. You can see more about each one using the links found below.
integrationscience
AQA GCSE Chemistry Levelled Grid: Atomic Structure and Bonding Questions(with answers)

AQA GCSE Chemistry Levelled Grid: Atomic Structure and Bonding Questions(with answers)

A levelled learning grid covering a range of questions on atomic structure and bonding (covering both ionic and covalent). I have made the grid against specification points for what is required for each level. Some content is slightly repetitive, but you could tailor which columns you want students to do based on individual ability. This is suited for mid to high ability students and can be used for AQA chemistry only GCSE. I have provided answers so students can self-assess or add on missing details. Ideal for revision, a homework or extension task or a synoptic lesson covering fundamental content. Any mistakes please let me know, and if you could rate/review I would seriously appreciate it :)
mba10rd
Concentration and Moles

Concentration and Moles

Here are two versions of powerpoints for lessons on Concentration. The examples will introduce pupils to calculating concentrations in both grams per Litre and Moles per Litre (litre same as 1000cm3, 1000ml, or 1dm3, exam spec prefers 1dm3, good practise for A Level KS5)
sgmsutto
AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Higher (with answers)

AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Higher (with answers)

A useful revision activity/worksheet covering all quantitative chemistry for chemistry in combined science. This is for higher tier only. Questions are asked on the following: Relative formula mass Relative atomic mass Moles from masses Masses from moles Concentration (g/dm3) Balanced equations Masses from balanced equations Ideal for middle/high ability students who have studied this topic. Some questions are a little more challenging and there are a few synoptic styled questions. Students should be able to identify any errors if down and across answers do not match. I have provided answers, I hope they are all correct, please let me know if not! I have also made one of these for chemistry only (higher) and combined science (foundation).
mba10rd
Fun Formula, Group Number, Molecular Formula

Fun Formula, Group Number, Molecular Formula

This is a worksheet to help scaffold the skill of constructing correct ratios of atoms in formula, based on using group number from periodic table. It also includes a role play of a ‘real chemical plant reactor’ to increase interest.
sgmsutto
AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Foundation (with answers)

AQA Combined Science - Quantitative Chemistry Crossword Foundation (with answers)

A useful revision activity/worksheet covering all quantitative chemistry for chemistry in combined science. This is for foundation tier only. Questions are asked on the following: Relative formula mass Relative atomic mass Concentration (g/dm3) Ideal for low middle/low ability students who have studied this topic. Some questions are a little more challenging and there are a few synoptic styled questions. Students should be able to identify any errors if down and across answers do not match. I have provided answers, I hope they are all correct, please let me know if not! I have also made one of these for chemistry only (higher) and combined science (higher).
mba10rd
A-Level Chemistry - Thermodynamics

A-Level Chemistry - Thermodynamics

Full PowerPoint lessons for Thermodynamics topic, specifically for AQA 3.1.8, however adaptable for any exam board OCR / Edexcel. Including Born-Haber cycles, Entropy and Gibbs Free Energy. In the pack is also student versions of the PowerPoint slides, in PDF form, to print for students to try out exam questions. Enjoy
aewood1993
AQA GCSE Chemistry (8462) Notes - Topic One: The Atom, seperating substances, ETC....

AQA GCSE Chemistry (8462) Notes - Topic One: The Atom, seperating substances, ETC....

All topics here cover the entire first unit of GCSE Chemistry (8462) for AQA. The writing style is clear and the presentation is crisp, allowing ease of teaching and/or revision as this as a companion resource. Certainly, it is applicable to any board, but I specifically tailored these resources to the AQA specification points. Required practicals and areas of interest/ of particular importance are made clear for any student, enabling the development to the higher level of work. Mathematical applications are present where appropriate and a required practical method is given in full detail, ready for the exam.
wordmonster
Atoms, Elements, Molecules, Compounds Year 7 Lesson PowerPoint (KS3 7Ha) The air we breathe

Atoms, Elements, Molecules, Compounds Year 7 Lesson PowerPoint (KS3 7Ha) The air we breathe

Full lesson PowerPoint sufficient to teach a broad range of abilities about the differences between atoms and molecules, and elements and compounds, using the air e breathe as context. The lesson contains a range of independent and practical learning activities which can be mixed and matched as appropriate for your class. The lesson is in keeping with the current KS3 UK National Curriculum, is easily accessible for students and simple to follow for teachers.
OnSpecScience
New 2018 GCSE Chemistry calculations summary poster

New 2018 GCSE Chemistry calculations summary poster

I made this resource to be printed and stuck into the front of every pupil’s exercise book, but will also enlarge to A3 to display on the wall. Covers all of the following GCSE Chemistry calculations : Surface area : volume ratio molar calculations (from mass and concentration) Reacting masses Rf values No neutrons Calculating RAM Calculating Mr % Yield % atom economy Converting concentrations from g/dm3 to mol/dm3 Rate of reaction including using graphs Change in energy of reaction using bond energies
gibboali
Chemistry Paper 2 Revision Posters for Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016)

Chemistry Paper 2 Revision Posters for Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016)

17 Revision Posters for pupils to complete, covering the content found in the Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016) Chemistry Paper 2 Exam. Posters are on the following topics: Atomic Structure The Periodic Table Ionic Bonding Covalent Bonding Types of Substance 1 Types of Substance 2 Calculations Involving Masses 1 Calculations Involving Masses 2 Chemical Equations Hazards & Risks Group 0 and Group 1 Group 7 Rate of Reaction Energy Changes Crude Oil & Fractional Distillation Fuels The Atmosphere
bjs23
Chemistry Paper 1 Revision Posters for Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016)

Chemistry Paper 1 Revision Posters for Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016)

17 Revision Posters for pupils to complete, covering the content found in the Edexcel Combined Science 9-1 (from 2016) Chemistry Paper 1 Exam. Posters are on the following topics: Atomic Structure The Periodic Table Ionic Bonding Covalent Bonding Types of Substance 1 Types of Substance 2 Calculations Involving Masses 1 Calculations Involving Masses 2 Chemical Equations Hazards & Risks States of Matter Seperating & Purifying Substances Acids & Bases Salts Electrolysis Extracting Metals Reversible Reactions & Equilibria
bjs23
Ernest Rutherford Reading Comprehension

Ernest Rutherford Reading Comprehension

This mini-unit on Ernest Rutherford is a great resource to be used as you teach about Rutherford’s life, achievements and sayings. Ernest Rutherford was one of New Zealand’s great scientists and is on our $100 money note.The unit includes a combination of comprehension questions and deeper level questions to challenge your students. It includes: Informational text for students to learn about his life and achievements Comprehension questions ranging from knowledge questions to higher order thinking. Famous quotes from Ernest Rutherford for your bulletin board.
Kiwilander
Neutralisation and displacement

Neutralisation and displacement

This is a KS3 lesson with supporting resources on the topic of neutralisation and the formation of salts. This is aimed at a lower ability group and has differentiated resources for each of the tasks.
Jtpunkster
Chemistry Paper 4 Crosswords - EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) Combined Science

Chemistry Paper 4 Crosswords - EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) Combined Science

These resources are excellent revision tools for students to use at home or in class. Great for fast finishers and students who have difficulty learning the huge amount of terminology required for exams. The puzzles come with answer sheets and word clouds to assist those who have low self confidence and might need some help getting started.
missalexandralewis
Chemistry Paper 3 Crosswords - EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) Combined Science

Chemistry Paper 3 Crosswords - EDEXCEL GCSE (9-1) Combined Science

These resources are excellent revision tools for students to use at home or in class. Great for fast finishers and students who have difficulty learning the huge amount of terminology required for exams. The puzzles come with answer sheets and word clouds to assist those who have low self confidence and might need some help getting started.
missalexandralewis
Number Prefixes

Number Prefixes

The file contains 10 pages for the numbers 1-10. Common prefixes used in science and given in the teal rectangle and the prefixes for naming hydrocarbons are given in the purple hexagons. They work best when stuck above the board at the front of the class. The students I’ve used these with find them very useful for working out the number of atoms present in chemical compounds based on their name.
sxhudson
GCSE Chem (9-1) - Predicting  Products of Electrolysis (Two worksheets plus knowledge organiser)

GCSE Chem (9-1) - Predicting Products of Electrolysis (Two worksheets plus knowledge organiser)

This resource is a must have for Electrolysis revision, classwork or homework. This resource is made up of two worksheets plus answers for both. Students must predict the ions which will be present during an electrolysis of various electrolytes and then decide which ions will be attracted to either electrode. It is supported by a great knowledge organiser which guides students through HOW to predict what will be formed. Knowledge Organiser (written against the Edexcel Specification but easily applicable to others)r. I’ve even included worked answers for the worksheets to save you the bother! (Students may need access to a periodic table and/or a reactivity series which includes hydrogen).
lindseycowen
AQA 9-1 Chemistry C1,C2,C3,C4 New to teaching resource pack

AQA 9-1 Chemistry C1,C2,C3,C4 New to teaching resource pack

A truly vast PowerPoint for use with aqa chemistry/trilogy chemistry (8462/8464). Intended to help teachers new to the 9-1 aqa chemistry course get through the first few chapters of the new course: ideally you would read through the relevant slides, and cut and paste as necessary to help build your own lessons to save time on planning at the most stressful time of the year. Some parts are just text: you may wish to source your own images. Covers just about everything in the first four chapters in excruciating detail Contains loads of practice questions with model answers High context language for EAL learners Written with grade 9 and A-level in mind (See about page for more information) This collates the other 2 PowerPoints on my profile, with a few minor corrections, so you only need download this one (older computers may struggle to load this). Note: as this constitutes my parting gift to UK teaching, it is unlikely to be updated further, but if you find any glaring errors, leave a comment and I will fix them. I hope you find this free document useful.
Metalfish
AQA GCSE Bonding Wordsearch (with answers)

AQA GCSE Bonding Wordsearch (with answers)

I have created a bonding wordsearch where students have to answer the questions in order to find the keywords. Questions cover ionic, and both simple and giant covalent. I feel this is suited to a mid to high ability student who has covered all bonding. Ideal for a revision activity that shows their understanding for these topics.
mba10rd
OCR Chemistry Revision Mat 9-1 (pgs 1 - 35)

OCR Chemistry Revision Mat 9-1 (pgs 1 - 35)

Hi all! This is a revision mat I created to help my students summarise their work bit by bit to try to keep them on top of the enormous content of the new 9-1 2016 curriculum. Hopefully it will help with revision as it is a great little activity. I contains a mixture of diagrams, calculations, questions, definitions, formulae that are needed and a touch of fun. I will be adding further resources as I create them, this one goes up to page 35 of the OCR textbook. Keep me posted on how it goes! :-)
tlandsberg
Combined Science Trilogy Chemistry Paper 1 Revision

Combined Science Trilogy Chemistry Paper 1 Revision

Revision powerpoint (80 slides) covering the whole of the Trilogy Chemistry Paper 1 content. Each topic is done individually with recall questions and answers at the end of each section for students to complete. It can be used in the lead up to the GCSE exams or as revision for individual topics.
alibrennan
Apologia Exploring Creation With Chemistry 3rd Edition Lapbook Journal

Apologia Exploring Creation With Chemistry 3rd Edition Lapbook Journal

Lapbook Journals are designed to bring a more hands on learning aspect to all levels of Apologia science. This product includes 597 pages of helpful and organized tools for improved retention of this challenging topic. You choose which pages to use! Journal pages featuring decorative borders and eye pleasing graphics are included for all of the “On your Own” questions. These are helpful and save time because the student doesn’t have to re-write the questions, and the journal pages can be easily organized into 3-ring binders. Review Questions for each module are represented in 2 formats, for the student to decide which to use. He may choose the journaling pages for these questions OR these questions may be completed on colorful booklets which each student can cut out and assemble. Practice Problem Questions are represented in journaling pages as well, so that the student has neatly organized space for each question. The Lab Report pages are partially completed with the list of materials, complete instructions and procedures. They provide a consistent and orderly means of recording the outcome of each lab studied. We have also developed Vocabulary Flash Cards to correlate with this book, and they are sold separately. This ebook format includes a downloadable PDF file. Just follow the instructions to create your own Lapbook Journal. Print as many as you need for your household.
KnowledgeBoxCentral
Concentration of solutions

Concentration of solutions

A fully-resourced lesson that teaches students how to calculate the concentration of a solution in the units grams per decimetres cubed and mol per decimetre cubed. The lesson includes a concise but detailed lesson presentation (20 slides) and a set of differentiated questions. The lesson begins by introducing students to volumes in decimetres cubed and time is taken to ensure that students are able to convert to this measurement. Moving forwards, students are guided through how to calculate the concentration in both units through the use of worked examples. Differentiated questions are available so that all abilities can access the work. This lesson has been written for GCSE students (14 - 16 year olds in the UK) but could be used with students who are beginning their A level Chemistry studies
GJHeducation