Resources to help your students understand the concept of the mole, conversions, empirical formulas, molecular formulas, and more
Review naming compounds, molar mass, writing formulas, and ionic bonding with this one comprehensive, fun, worksheet! Your high school chemistry students will enjoy the easy to use format of this printable. #Chemistry, #Coscine, #chemistryreview Cover Match molecule review desc 1
Over the years I've found the mole map, complimentary worksheets, and colored pencils are the BEST way for students to master stoichiometry mole conversion problems. The map will help with a variety of conversion problems including moles to mass, moles to liters, atoms to grams, molecules to moles, liters to ions, etc.
7-12 FREE mole conversion reference chart! Trying to explain when to use avogadro's number, or molar mass? Students not understanding how to convert from grams to liters? This chart can help!Using a simple to understand format, students can use this tool at glance to determine when you divide or multiple, and what number you multiple or divide by.
Want a more FUN and ENGAGING way to help your students review how to convert between particles, volume, and mass with the mole? Well... here's your answer! Mole conversions color by number! A perfect way to help your students prepare for a quiz, review the content taught in class, or to use as a filler activity (i.e. emergency lesson plan). An engaging assignment for any college prep high school classroom!
Great tool for solving three simple algebraic equations essential to solution chemistry. Just cover up the variable you are solving for, and the arrangement of the other two variables shows if you should multiply or divide them to solve for your unknown. For example, multiple molarity (M) and volume (L) to solve for moles of solute in a solution. Also illustrates the central role of the mole as a counting unit!