This worksheet is aimed at A-level Chemistry students. The students are asked to write balanced half equations for oxidation and reduction reactions. Full answer sheets are included.
A worksheet aimed at KS4 / GCSE students. The students are asked to complete the state symbols for common reactions covered at GCSE.
This worksheet is aimed at A-level Chemistry students. The students are asked to combine various pairs of redox half equations to show the overall balanced equation. Full answer sheets are included.
This set contains three worksheets aimed at A-level Chemistry students. The students are asked to give the IUPAC names of various alkanes. They are also asked to draw the displayed and skeletal formulae. Answers are provided for all worksheets.
A word puzzle aimed at KS4 Chemistry students to revise the keywords and concepts of metallic bonding. Students are asked to fill in the missing words in the text and then place these answers into the puzzle grid. This will reveal the hidden keyword.
This set contains two worksheets aimed at A-level Chemistry students. The first worksheet asks students to write conventional representation for electrochemical cells and the second asks them to write half equations when given the conventional representation.
A differentiated activity aimed at KS3 and KS4 students. Students are asked to match together the reactants and products of displacement reactions. One domino set contains word equations and the second set contains symbol equations to provide challenge for more able students.
This activity is aimed at KS4/GCSE students. The students are asked to sort various statements and reactions into exothermic or endothermic.
A set of 12 question and answer dominoes aimed at A-level Chemistry students. A useful activity for: • Revising IUPAC names and structures of organic compounds. • Identifying structural isomers. • Identifying the difference between chain, position and functional group isomers.
This worksheet is aimed at KS3 students. The students are asked to sort the diagrams and information as element, compound or mixture.
This activity is aimed at A-level students. Students are asked to sort structures into primary, secondary and tertiary alcohols. They are then asked to name all 12 alcohols. A full answer sheet is included.
A card sort game aimed at KS3 Chemistry students. Students are asked to match the particle diagram with the description and the named chemicals. A useful activity for: • Identifying the difference between elements, compounds and mixtures. • Becoming familiar with the structure of certain elements and compounds. • Introducing keywords such as giant, lattice, monatomic and molecular which will be useful when students meet the bonding topic.
A card sort activity aimed at KS4 which asks students to match up the name, molecular formula, structural formula and displayed formula for the first 5 alkanes. It also includes isomers of butane and pentane, which can be offered as an extension activity for students.
This set provides two worksheets on shapes of molecules aimed at A-level Chemistry students. The first worksheet asks students to determine the shape and bond angle of a range of molecules. The second asks them to do the same for molecular ions.