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Welcome to the international storefront for Mr. Fry's Physical Science products. I am a highly qualified teacher from Ohio who specializes in creating practice exercises for 7-12th grade physical science concepts.

Welcome to the international storefront for Mr. Fry's Physical Science products. I am a highly qualified teacher from Ohio who specializes in creating practice exercises for 7-12th grade physical science concepts.
Counting Atoms Practice Problems
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Counting Atoms Practice Problems

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24 practice problems in counting atoms in compounds. First page focuses on compounds with formulas that do not have parenthesis or coefficients. The second sheet/back has 12 problems with parentheses and coefficients (both stoichiometric and in hydrates). Great homework or for teaching these skills. Designed as drill practice to reinforce instruction. Scaffolded for advanced students by requiring them to list compounds’ constituant atoms before counting as well as requiring them to look up compound names. You can modify this part of the assignment as you wish. Enjoy! Please review and follow!
Writing Formulas and Compound Names Bundle
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Writing Formulas and Compound Names Bundle

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**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.
Chemistry Practice Essentials
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Chemistry Practice Essentials

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This growing bundle includes every chemistry practice product in my store as of July 2018. 15 of the 16 products include answer keys. More information about each can be found in the individual product descriptions in my store. See it on TpT Visit my TpT store to see individual products included in this bundle
Mass - Moles Conversion Practice Problems
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Mass - Moles Conversion Practice Problems

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Challenge your students with these 24 practice problems for mass to moles and moles to mass conversions for elements (front) and compounds (back). This is perfect for teaching these skills, as extra practice for in class or for homework, or even as a quiz. Answer key included!
Periodic Trends Practice Sheet - Groups & Periods
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Periodic Trends Practice Sheet - Groups & Periods

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This worksheet was designed to help my students get comfortable interpreting the numbers of valence electrons and energy levels for atoms using the group and period trends. It starts out with identifying numbers of energy levels and valence electrons, then requires students to rank elements using those numbers. Then it has students use the trends to identify both characteristics for the same elements. This is a quick activity to do together as a class or also works as a great homework assignment once the material is taught in class. See it on TpT
Covalent Compounds Formulas and Names
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Covalent Compounds Formulas and Names

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15 question worksheet with detailed instructions in which the student has to either write the formula or correctly name different covalent compounds. Excellent to teach the skill or as extra practice or homework. See it on TpT
Bohr Model Paper Lab
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Bohr Model Paper Lab

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Bohr Model Paper Lab - Draw or Cut & Paste Particles + Neutral Atom Info This can be modified to fit your students’ needs. It’s a paper lab on creating Bohr models that are full-page along with looking up information on neutral atoms of whatever elements you assign the students to complete. 3 energy levels included should accommodate atomic numbers 1-20. See it on TpT
Chemical Bonds Lab: Growing Ionic Crystals! Solutions, Solubility, Saturation
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Chemical Bonds Lab: Growing Ionic Crystals! Solutions, Solubility, Saturation

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Chemical Bonds Lab: Growing Ionic Crystals! Solutions, Solubility, Saturation This is a lab designed for 7-9th grades where students pick either halite, epsomite, or alum to grow crystals with. The student handout is comprehensive and thorough. Every year I do this lab the kids have a blast. It is designed for the teacher to do the heating for super saturation. I personally use a large griddle of my own to heat several beakers at a time. I recently acquired access to several hot plates and ran this lab by allowing students to do their own heating. It works either way! See it on TpT
Station Learning Lab - Discovering Group & Family Trends
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Station Learning Lab - Discovering Group & Family Trends

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A station learning lab that incorporates the use of hands-on observation, YouTube video integration, and more about groups: Station 1: Alkali Metals – Chemical Reactivity Station 2: Alkaline Earth Metals – Atomic Radius Station 3: Transition Metals – Physical Properties Station 4: Carbon Family - Density Lab Station 5: Halogens – Melting Point Station 6: Noble Gases – Emission Spectra Minimal materials needed. See it on TpT
Formulas for Binary Ionic Compounds Practice
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Formulas for Binary Ionic Compounds Practice

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Writing Neutral Formulas for Binary Ionic Compounds - Practice Problems 2 examples and 10 practice problems! Directions include common charges for elements in groups 1-7 as well as an explanation that transition metals are named in compounds with their roman numeral being equal to their ionic charge. This is excellent practice to get this skill taught fast! See it on TpT
Predicting Ionic Charge Practice  (HS-PS1-1)
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Predicting Ionic Charge Practice (HS-PS1-1)

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Predicting Ionic Charge - Basic A Group Elements to Ions HS-PS1-1 Practice problems predicting basic ionic charges of groups 1A , 2A, 3A, 5A, 6A, and 7A elements. This sheet requires the students to reason how many electrons are gained or lost and what the charge and ionic symbols should be. See it on TpT