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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.

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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.

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.
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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!

Challenge your students with these 14 original density problems where they solve for all variables in the density formula and more!

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.
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This includes 2 examples and 11 practice problems for balancing chemical equations.
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Challenge your students with naming the 14 ionic compounds in this worksheet designed to help develop and reinforce the skill post-instruction.
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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.
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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!
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Here are 3 original examples and 6 practice problems (alternate version included does not have examples, simply 9 problems) solving Newton’s 2nd Law problems using F=ma for force, mass, and acceleration. It includes a description of the 2nd law using the concepts of direct and inverse proportionality that makes perfect sense to a developing high school mind. Designed for 9th grade but usable in 7th-12th depending on student ability level and needs. Perfect homework assignment or in-class activity to practice or even teach these skills for the first time.
HS-PS2-1
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Labeling mechanical waves (longitudinal/compression and transverse waves), describing and defining waves concepts, discussing variables affecting wave behavior.
HS-PS4-1
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Have your students hypothesis-build and test on the question of how achromatic color affects electromagnetic energy absorption using this powerful and beautifully simplistic lab design. Included is the student handout to be used to create a lab report, an area to graph the data, as well as photos for the teacher to help see how I run the lab. You can modify the design and still have a great time with your kids!
The main objectives of the lab are to determine if and how achromatic color affects the absoption of energy as well as using the specific heat formula to solve for how much energy was absorbed by the water. This lab can be adapted for lower grades by not utilizing the specific heat formula objective.
Supplies Needed: (1 per group)
Lamp with infrared bulb (see preview for photos)
Temperature probe or thermometer
Ring stand with 1 small and 1 large iron ring
Clamp to secure temp probe or thermometer
100 ml distilled water
3 soda cans wrapped in construction paper with the tops left open (1 white, 1 gray, and 1 black)
That’s it! Please review! The kids will love it!

3 examples and 15 practice problems using the power equation to solve for power, work/energy, and time.
Alternate version of the file is included that does not utilize the examples and is simply 18 practice problems. Both versions included.
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9 practice problems OR 3 example problems and 6 original practice problems (2 of each type) designed to make sure students can solve for any variable in W=Fd.
This product was updated to include a back side and now has a total of 17 problems.
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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!
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Conservation of Mechanical Energy - Practice Problems - Great Worksheet w/ key!
8 original problems and one example plus 2 multi-step pendulum problems. Complete with elaborated answer key!
HS-PS3-2
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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.
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Kinetic Energy - Practice Problems - Great Worksheet w/ key!
HS-PS3-2
This is a great worksheet I made with 3 examples and 18 original practice problems where students will solve the kinetic energy formula for kinetic energy, mass, and velocity.
This would make the perfect handout for teaching the skills or as a homework assignment!
They key is elaborated, so it doesn’t just have the answers. It has all of the work shown.
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Gravitational Potential Energy - Practice Problems - Great Worksheet w/ key! HS-PS3-2
2 examples and 19 original practice problems where students will solve the gravitational potential energy formula for GPE, mass, height, and gravity.
This would make the perfect handout for teaching the skills or as a homework assignment!
They key is elaborated, so it doesn’t just have the answers. It has all of the work shown.
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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.
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This is hands down the ultimate worksheet for writing and naming ionic and covalent formulas. I get great results with it each year, and it is very versatile. This could be used as a class activity when teaching these skills, extra practice or homework, or even a quiz for advanced classes. See file preview for a sample with answers. 24 questions total that challenge students to classify the compound as ionic or covalent first, then they either write out the compound name or its chemical formula.
HS-PS1-1
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