Worksheets
The following list of worksheets is organized by chapter and content. Depending on the chapter and topic being covered, these worksheets may be used for homework assignments, 'extra' practice problems or short answer activities. The title of each worksheet provides a description of its content. It is expected that you will print your own copy of the worksheets as they are assigned. Please refer to the class calender on EdLine for due dates.
Do not post the answers to these worksheets on the wiki.

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Chapter 2: Matter and ChangeAfter completing the following worksheets, you should be able to: identify and define the properties of matter, categorize and distinguish between types of mixtures, explain the differences between an element and a compound, and describe what happens during a chemical change.
Chemical and Physical Change
States of MatterClassifying MatterElements, Compounds and Mixtures

Chapter 3: Scientific Measurement
After completing the following worksheets, you should be able to: convert measurements in scientific notation, determine the
number of significant figures, and convert between SI and English units.
Significant Figures
SI Units
Chapter 4: Atomic Structure
After completing the following worksheets, you should be able to: identify the types of subatomic particles, describe the structure of
an atom, explain what makes isotopes different, and calculate the average atomic mass.
Average Atomic Mass
Ions
Chapter 5: Electrons in Atoms
After completing the following worksheets, you should be able to: describe the energies and positions of electrons, describe the shapes
and sub-levels of orbitals, and describe how to write the electron configurations.
Electron Configurations
Electron Configurations with Principle Energy Levels

Chapter 6: The Periodic Trends
After completing the following worksheets you should be able to: explain how the elements are organized, describe the trends for metallic
characteristics, atomic size, ion size, ionization energy, and electronegativity.
Periodic Table Introduction
Periodic Table

Chapter 7: Ionic and Metallic Bonding

Chapter 8: Covalent Bonding

Chapter 9: Chemical Names and Formulas

Chapter 10: Chemical Quantities

Chapter 11: Chemical Reactions

Chapter 12: Stoichiometry