A worksheet for students to demonstrate their understanding of how metal and non-metal atoms form ions, in order to participate in ionic bonding.
Worksheet scaffolded to facilitate completion of electron configuration diagrams (of atom/ions) by less able students. Alternate version allows students to draw diagrams themselves.
Worksheet to help familiarize students with use of symbols to represent elements on the Periodic Table.
Brief introduction to naming convention
Search and find task
Spelling with symbols
Short question section to help students identify people/places/things that the elements are named after.
Answer sheet included
Atomic Structure Knowledge Organiser identifying the key information students need to know for Edexcel 9-1 Combined Science Topic CC3a (Atomic Structure).
Key information on:
Structure of an atom
Atomic number and Mass number
Calculating relative atomic mass (Ar)
Best printed on A3 paper
Black & white/coloured printable versions of the Periodic Table of Elements.
Periodic Table shows all 118 known elements
Easily printed /scaled to large size for display
Group and period number labeled for convenience
Coloured versions help identify well known groups (e.g. alkali metals, noble gases, etc.)
Perfect for KS3/KS4/GCSE Science
Worksheet helping students understand how electrons are arranged in atoms.
For the first 20 elements, students are to:
calculate the number of protons, electrons and neutrons present
complete the diagrams to show the electron arrangement
write the electronic configuration in numbers
Worksheet helping students ascertain information about the atomic structure of elements from the Periodic Table. Student will learn how to determine the number of each type of subatomic particle for every element. Lots of calculations to be done!
Worksheet helping students become familiar with the structure of atoms and the three basic subatomic particles (protons, electrons and neutrons).
Worksheet provides students questions concerning
labeling a diagram of an atom
recalling the properties of the subatomic particles (relative mass, charge, etc.)
exam style multiple choice questions
limitations of models of atoms