New! Atomic Theory, Structure, and Symbols
10th - Higher Ed
In this atomic theory worksheet, students review the observations that led to the conclusion of the atom having a positively charged nucleus. Students compare atomic number and mass number and explain how the discovery of subatomic particles and isotopes affected Dalton's atomic theory. This worksheet has 9 problems to solve.
Chemistry: Atomic Number and Mass Number
All you will find here is a simplistic chart of 17 elements (hydrogen is repeated) for chemistry beginners to fill in. They list atomic number, mass, and the numbers of protons and electrons. There are three critical thinking questions to answer as a follow-up.
Distinguishing Between Atoms
Every type of question is used to query young chemists about atomic structure. A vocabulary list tops the page before fill in the blanks, true/false, and matching questions are listed. This is a neatly formatted and pertinent worksheet to assign as review.
Chapter 4 Worksheet-Part B Atomic Structure
In this atomic structure activity, students answer ten questions about the structure of atoms including their subatomic particles, what atomic number and mass number indicate, what isotopes are and what relative mass and relative charge mean.
Teaching Atomic Structure Using Cooperative Learning
Individuals in a group of four each take on a different role: atomic number expert, mass number expert, isotope expert, and nuclear atom expert. They teach each other about their area of expertise. As an assessment, a short quiz is provided.
Atomic Musical Chairs
An engaging activity enlightens young chemists in this lesson on atomic structure. They play musical chairs through a series of concentric circles that represent electon orbitals. A laundry basket in the middle holds the protons and neutrons. Oh what fun!
Up and Atom
"Up and Atom" is a mini-unit introducing middle-schoolers to the wonders of elements. Participants draw atom models, examine the periodic table, compare samples of metals to nonmetals, identify unknown elements, and more! The beginning of this unit is based on two videos that you probably do not have, but they are easily left out without detracting from the overall value.
The Atom, Atomic Number, Mass Number, and Isotopes
Expose your chemistry learners to atomic theory. As they view this PowerPoint, they will learn about subatomic particles, atomic number, and mass number of atoms as well as how isotopes are structured. Throughout this neat and accurate presentation you will find learning-check slides that can be used to assess understanding.
Understanding Oxidation Numbers
Students review atomic numbers, positive and negative charges, and the periodic table. They examine the relationships among protons and electrons, location of various elements, electron energy levels, and oxidation numbers.
Atoms and Chemical Bonding
An online resource, this worksheet has your chemistry learners complete four data tables with information about atoms and chemical bonds. The first table addresses atomic number and mass, as well as numbers of protons, neutrons, and electrons. Table two examines the number of atoms in a chemical formula. Ions are surveyed with a third table in order to prepare learners to understand covalent bonding. Finally, the properties of isotopes are dealt with. Thorough explanations are provided before each chart.
Students identify and label each of the elements in the periodic table with their names, atomic number and atomic masses, by playing a game of Jeopardy.
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