A worksheet for writing formulae of ionic compounds. Some explanation on the front, and plenty of examples to do on the back. The knowledge of the structure of ions is crucial to success in chemistry. In black and white for easy photocopying.
A simple, photocopiable worksheet (black and white!) that gives practice at interpreting simple chemical formulae. The examples get harder as you proceed. It is comprised of two pages of examples. It is suitable for KS3 and KS4 students. It could be used in class or for homework.
This is a simple powerpoint giving names and formulae of ions. Knowledge of these can provide a key to understanding chemistry at GCSE and A level. Print these off, laminate them, and display in a prominent position in a lab.
A readily photocopiable crossword which covers AQA science terms for year ten. Comes with answers.
I have included an interactive version, should you wish to do it with a class on the whiteboard. Simply click on ‘index’
Double click on the document called ‘index’ and away you go. This will load the interactive crossword in your browser (doesnt seem to work in safari, but does in everything else). Flash plugin not required. There is a button for hints and one to check answers, and one for the solution. Use as a starter activity on whiteboard, or otherwise. Just adds a bit of variety to revision lessons.