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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.

This product was featured in TpT’s “10 FREE Downloads Newsletter” and has amassed over 1,600 downloads and nine 4-star reviews on TpT in merely a few months.
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Calculating weight and mass: 19 practice problems total. Alternate version included that has 3 example problems (one for each variable) and 16 practice problems. All original problems. Perfect homework, practice, or guided class activity for teaching these skills.
This was a paid product until February 2018, but I decided to offer up a nicer freebie to help give buyers a better idea of what my best products are like. It has a $2 value, but if you will consider following me I’m glad to provide it to you for free. I hope you find it useful! Please review!!!

Challenge your students’ understanding of the Law of Conservation of Mass with this great worksheet that has 2 elaborated examples and 8 original practice problems. It also includes an elaborated answer key. Enjoy!
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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.
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Challenge your students to solve for all variables of the velocity equation with this inquiry sheet. It features 3 examples and 6 original questions that sharpen skills fast.
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9 original acceleration problems with key. Solving for all variables including acceleration, final velocity, initial velocity, and time.
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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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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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Classifying Chemical Reactions - Practice Problems
Synthesis, Decomposition, Single-replacement, Double-Replacement, and Combustion reactions included.
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Predicting Ionic Charge - Basic A Group Elements to Ions
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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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A nice worksheet for homework or simply class practice that covers classification of matter and conservation of mass. It includes matching as well as engaging classification questions that require higher order thinking skills.
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This includes 2 examples and 11 practice problems for balancing chemical equations.
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Here is a nice worksheet I made for my 9th grade Physical Science classes that reviews the group and period number trends of the periodic table.
If you have taught your students OR need to teach them that the group # = the number of valence electrons in those elements’ atoms, and that the period # = the total number of energy levels of the atoms, then this is the worksheet for you!
I have left a space for you to do an example with them before turning them loose on their own.
Includes a key!
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Periodic Table - Groups vs. Periods Practice / Review Sheet - Using the Trends
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Here is an excellent resource I made for practicing or reviewing the group vs. period trends, including numbers of valence electrons and numbers of energy levels. It is a two page student handout (1 pg. front and back) and a complete teacher’s key.
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7 original specific heat problems where students are tasked with solving for all variables in Q = mc∆T.
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17 Ohm’s Law practice problems. Solving for voltage, current, and resistance. Challenge your students to master Ohm’s Law with this original problem set from Mr. Fry’s physical science.

6 original distance and displacement practice problems to challenge your students while mastering these concepts. Students practice understanding of scalar and vector quantities for distance and displacement. 2 of the problems require the use of Pythagorean’s Theorem to solve.

Challenge your students with these 18 practice problems with the wave speed formula! This is the perfect homework assignment, extra practice problems, or could be used as a teacher-led activity for when teaching these skills. The questions have students solve for all 3 variables in the wave speed equation.
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I have included an alternate version that has the first 3 problems solved as examples. This alternate version is NOT included in the page count on this listing.
These are high-impact practice exercises!
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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.
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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!