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## Bean Lab

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This lab is a classic introductory activity to familiarize students with the scientific method. Students will soak bean seeds in both plain water and Gat

## Bean Lab

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This lab is a classic introductory activity to familiarize students with the scientific method. Students will soak bean seeds in both plain water and Gatorade, and then form a hypothesis as to which they think will germinate more effectively.

## Bowling Ball Inertia and Motion Lab

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This classroom lab activity lets students kinesthetically experience first-hand the insights that Galileo had concerning objects moving in a straight-lin

## Bowling Ball Inertia and Motion Lab

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This classroom lab activity lets students kinesthetically experience first-hand the insights that Galileo had concerning objects moving in a straight-line and the property of inertia, which leads directly to Newton’s First Law of Motion.

## Embroidery Hoops Inertia and First Law Lab

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This lab uses embroidery hoops, metal nuts, and Erlenmeyer flasks to demonstrate Newton’s First Law of Motion, also known as the Law of Inertia. Studen

## Embroidery Hoops Inertia and First Law Lab

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This lab uses embroidery hoops, metal nuts, and Erlenmeyer flasks to demonstrate Newton’s First Law of Motion, also known as the Law of Inertia. Students will balance as many of the nuts as possible on the hoops and then pull the hoop away fast enough to let inertia take over and fall into the flask. Students will then record the size of the hoop they used, the diameter of the nut used, the number of nuts attempted, and the number of nuts that actually fell into the flask on the data tables on the second page.

## Hang Time Lab

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This lab explores how the pull of gravity, acceleration of falling objects, and leaping ability of your students affects a person’s hang-time. Many stu

## Hang Time Lab

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This lab explores how the pull of gravity, acceleration of falling objects, and leaping ability of your students affects a person’s hang-time. Many students believe they have a much greater hang-time than they actually possess. This lab will bring them down to earth, using science and a few equations to give them a reality check of their athletic abilities.

## Liquid Density Column Chemistry Lab

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This two-day lab introduces students to the concept of density and how it is different than mass. Students will obtain the mass and volume of specific ob

## Liquid Density Column Chemistry Lab

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This two-day lab introduces students to the concept of density and how it is different than mass. Students will obtain the mass and volume of specific objects and learn how to calculate density first-hand. They will also make a liquid density column to demonstrate the density of various liquids and where objects will settle in them.

## Meterstick Equilibrium Physics Lab

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This lab introduces the concept of mechanical equilibrium to beginning physics students. They will come to see how the equilibrium rule applies to all no

## Meterstick Equilibrium Physics Lab

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This lab introduces the concept of mechanical equilibrium to beginning physics students. They will come to see how the equilibrium rule applies to all nonmoving objects at rest. Materials needed per group are a meterstick, a 1kg mass, and two digital scales. Two colored pencils are optional, as they will assist in line differentiation for the graph they will construct. If colored pencils are not available, just use a pencil and pen instead. (And pray they do not need to erase the pen lines.)

## Peanut Butter and Jelly Lab; Following Directions Worksheet

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This activity is a great beginning of the year lesson to teach students the importance of following directions. There are two components to this activity

## Peanut Butter and Jelly Lab; Following Directions Worksheet

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This activity is a great beginning of the year lesson to teach students the importance of following directions. There are two components to this activity: 1) Students will complete the “classic” directions-following worksheet where they have to write down their name (and that’s it) and, 2) Students will write down instructions on how to make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich and then the instructor (or possibly another student) will attempt to make it using only their instructions. If it is not written down, you don’t do it. For example, if the instructions say, “Grab a spoon,” then the person only grabs the spoon, possibly on the ladle part and not the handle. Yes, this lab is usually good for a few laughs—but it makes the point.

## Phet Forces and Motion Basics Computer Lab

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This is a great lab to begin the exploration of the world of forces on objects! The lab consists of 5 worksheets that conceptually guide the student thro

## Phet Forces and Motion Basics Computer Lab

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This is a great lab to begin the exploration of the world of forces on objects! The lab consists of 5 worksheets that conceptually guide the student through the exploration of forces, unbalanced forces, net forces, static and dynamic equilibrium, friction, Newton’s Laws of Motion, and acceleration.

## The Atwood’s Machine and Newton’s Second Law of Motion Computer Lab

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This is a computer lab that utilizes the Atwood’s Machine to explore Newton’s Second Law of Motion, F=ma. To access the lab, go to http://www.physics

## The Atwood’s Machine and Newton’s Second Law of Motion Computer Lab

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This is a computer lab that utilizes the Atwood’s Machine to explore Newton’s Second Law of Motion, F=ma. To access the lab, go to http://www.physicsclassroom.com/Physics-Interactives/Newtons-Laws/Atwoods-Machine This lab has a total of 34 questions, covering six pages. A calculator is needed, but the math is very straight forward, essentially having the students plug in numbers for Newton’s Second Law of Motion, F=ma. Multiplication and division are all that is needed. Roughly about 30% of the higher-order questions are conceptually based off of the calculations and diagrams the students make in class.

## Balloon Rockets: Newton’s Laws and Energy Lab

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This lab is designed to have students construct balloons and have them race down fishing line to explore the conversion of potential energy into kinetic

## Balloon Rockets: Newton’s Laws and Energy Lab

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This lab is designed to have students construct balloons and have them race down fishing line to explore the conversion of potential energy into kinetic energy, Newton’s 2nd and 3rd Laws of Motion, and the equilibrium of forces. The lab is 4 pages long with detailed, easy to follow instructions, that should allow the students to seamlessly complete the lab with little teacher redirection. But in reality, at least with my students, they need to be kept on-task whenever they perform a lab.

## Modeling Projectile Motion Lab

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This straight-forward physics lab activity has students constructing an accurate model of an object’s flight path as it is pulled down by gravity. This

## Modeling Projectile Motion Lab

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This straight-forward physics lab activity has students constructing an accurate model of an object’s flight path as it is pulled down by gravity. This is a relatively simple lab to construct and the students can get a hands-on understanding of the physics behind falling objects. This lab also allows the students to predict and model how far an object will fall 7 seconds into the future! A rubric and short answer questions follow the model construction.

## Van de Graaff Electrostatics Lab

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This lab is one of the most popular for obvious reasons! In it, students will investigate static charges on balloons, an electroscope, and the Van de Gra

## Van de Graaff Electrostatics Lab

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This lab is one of the most popular for obvious reasons! In it, students will investigate static charges on balloons, an electroscope, and the Van de Graaff generator. This is a straight-forward lab, but some teacher set-up time is needed. Teachers will need to provide a Van de Graaff generator, an electroscope, and enough balloons and tissue paper for each student. Make sure that none of the students are allergic to latex and use cheap tissue paper, the kind without any lotion if possible. Also, clean the Van de Graaff dome with alcohol before use to get the best effects possible.

## Mythbusters 22,000 Foot Fall Worksheet Season 4

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The Mythbusters are testing a story from World War 2, which says that airman Staff Sargent Alan Magee survived a 22,000-foot fall by crashing through a train station at

## Mythbusters 22,000 Foot Fall Worksheet Season 4

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The Mythbusters are testing a story from World War 2, which says that airman Staff Sargent Alan Magee survived a 22,000-foot fall by crashing through a train station at precisely the time a bomb went off. Kari, Grant, and Tory also test whether or not money is saved when turning off lights when you are not in a room. Science topics discussed are terminal velocity, vectors, fluid friction, density, shock waves, electricity, power conservation, steady state usage, power consumption, LED, CFL, fluorescent tube, incandescent bulb, halogen, and bulb longevity.

## Mythbusters Airplane on a Conveyor Belt Worksheet Season 5

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The Mythbusters are determining if an airplane can take off from a moving conveyor belt. Tory, Kari, and Grant are also testing to see how well cockroaches and other ins

## Mythbusters Airplane on a Conveyor Belt Worksheet Season 5

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The Mythbusters are determining if an airplane can take off from a moving conveyor belt. Tory, Kari, and Grant are also testing to see how well cockroaches and other insects can survive nuclear radiation. Science topics explored include relative motion, lift, thrust, radiation, genetic mutation, rads, radiation exposure, animal experimentation, bioethics, and radiation dosage.

## American Experience: Tesla Worksheet (2016)

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American Experience: Tesla (2016) is a biographical look inside the mind of one of America’s greatest inventors. Nikola Tesla is best remembered for ma

## American Experience: Tesla Worksheet (2016)

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American Experience: Tesla (2016) is a biographical look inside the mind of one of America’s greatest inventors. Nikola Tesla is best remembered for making alternating current the standard by which we power modern society. But this documentary also looks into his business dealings, scientific speculations, numerous electrical patents, and futuristic dreams that made him a scientific prophet, years ahead of his time. This documentary also looks into his eccentricities and his ungrounded imagination which fueled his greatness but was also the cause of his downfall.

## America’s Tsunami: Are We Next? Worksheet (2005)

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America’s Tsunami: Are We Next? (2005) is an in-depth documentary investigating the causes and human impact of the December 26, 2004 Indonesian tsunami

## America’s Tsunami: Are We Next? Worksheet (2005)

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America’s Tsunami: Are We Next? (2005) is an in-depth documentary investigating the causes and human impact of the December 26, 2004 Indonesian tsunami that killed over 250,000 people. The accompanying video guide contains 46 questions. They are predominantly higher order thinking questions, but there are some basic questions thrown into the mix. This documentary conceptually explores the scientific underpinnings that lead up to the tsunami, the massive destruction and impact it caused, and how the findings from this tsunami could impact future preparation plans.

This documentary is best suited for the following high school classes: geology, ecology, environmental science, and oceanography. Scientific concepts mentioned include plate tectonics, water displacement, natural disasters, wave dynamics, wave propagation, fault lines, seismic activity, deep ocean exploration, and the Cascadia fault line. There are some graphic images of dead bodies shown, so please address this with the students first. Nothing too graphic, but a word of warning none the less.

## An Inconvenient Truth Worksheet (2006)

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An Inconvenient Truth (2006) is Al Gore’s environmental documentary chronicling the impact humanity is having on the environment. Even though the docum

## An Inconvenient Truth Worksheet (2006)

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An Inconvenient Truth (2006) is Al Gore’s environmental documentary chronicling the impact humanity is having on the environment. Even though the documentary was made by a politician, I left out any biased political references on the documentary guide and stuck to the scientific and environmental messages. The documentary makes a strong case for human-influenced climate change using solid scientific facts, logical argumentative points, and solid unbiased reasoning. It also explores and debunks the misinformation often presented when talking about global warming or climate change. The documentary guide has a total of 44 questions. It consists of mostly higher-order thinking questions, with some more basic questions included. This documentary explores scientific concepts including pollution, climate change, global warming, the greenhouse effect, ozone depletion, carbon dioxide levels, trend lines, glacial melt, severe weather events, climate vs weather patterns, educated populace, and moral issues concerning climate change. The documentary is well-suited, but not limited to, the following classes: ecology, environmental science, or the humanities.

## Mythbusters Anti-Gravity Worksheet Season 4

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The Mythbuster team tests anti-gravity deceives bought off the internet to see if they really work, and then attempt to see if vodka can treat a jellyfish sting. Meanwhi

## Mythbusters Anti-Gravity Worksheet Season 4

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The Mythbuster team tests anti-gravity deceives bought off the internet to see if they really work, and then attempt to see if vodka can treat a jellyfish sting. Meanwhile, Adam and Jamie will test the myth that too many lights on a Christmas tree can start a fire. Scientific principles mentioned include Newton’s Law of Gravity, gravitational fields, magnetic fields, electric fields, magnetic levitation, rotational inertia, Biefeld Brown lifter, series and parallel circuits, short circuits, ignition point, infrared energy, air ionization, thrust, vacuum chambers, and neurotoxins.

## Apollo 13 Movie Worksheet (1995, PG-13)

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Apollo 13 (1995, PG-13) is the real-life story of heroism, courage, and survival onboard the doomed flight of Apollo 13. This movie guide worksheet exami

## Apollo 13 Movie Worksheet (1995, PG-13)

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Apollo 13 (1995, PG-13) is the real-life story of heroism, courage, and survival onboard the doomed flight of Apollo 13. This movie guide worksheet examines the storyline of the movie, while asking higher-order thinking questions about the plot, character development, situational dilemmas, and the meaning behind the symbolism as the movie unfolds. At its core, the film tells a story about faith in technology and faith in the strength of human willpower needed to overcome technological malfunctions in a life-or-death fight for survival. Only 3 of the 46 questions directly related to the physics shown in the movie, so being familiar with Newton’s laws will be necessary to answer those. One of those physics questions hits on a violation of Newton’s Laws shown in the movie. Topics alluded to include the space race, American history, engineering and design, spaceflight, course trajectories, course corrections, inertial properties, Newton’s Laws of Motion, and Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation.
This movie is appropriate for the following classes: physics, astronomy, physical science, general science, and American history.
The runtime for the movie is 2:14 minutes, designed to be shown over 3 days of class. The movie will play for roughly 45 minutes each day, allowing time at the end of class for a teacher-facilitated discussion or individual student answers. The movie guide worksheet is 5 pages long, with a total of 46 questions.

## Mythbusters Blow Your Own Sail Worksheet Season 8

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Grant, Tory, and Kari test the myth that if you blow your own sail, you can move forward. Adam and Jamie explore the world of movie sounds to test if what you hear in th

## Mythbusters Blow Your Own Sail Worksheet Season 8

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Grant, Tory, and Kari test the myth that if you blow your own sail, you can move forward. Adam and Jamie explore the world of movie sounds to test if what you hear in the theaters resembles anything you hear in reality. Scientific principles alluded to include Newton’s First Law of Motion, objects in motion stay in motion, objects at rest remain at rest, Newton’s Second Law of Motion, F = MA, internal forces, external forces, force cancellation, net force, and free body diagrams.

## Blue Planet Worksheet (1990)

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Blue Planet (1990) is an ecological documentary filmed originally in IMAX. It was filmed using footage from the space shuttle flights, which lends to an

## Blue Planet Worksheet (1990)

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Blue Planet (1990) is an ecological documentary filmed originally in IMAX. It was filmed using footage from the space shuttle flights, which lends to an inclusive view of humanity’s impact on the planet. It is interesting how we view the planet a single unified organism when our perspective changes to that from space. The documentary does not get very technical as to the scientific explanations for human induced climate change, but it does present the concepts in an easy to understand manner. This would be a good documentary to show from grades 6 through 9. Higher order thinking questions dominate the guide, but there are some basic fact questions scattered in as well. The best use for this film would be as an introductory explanation to climate change, geography, and how the two relate to the evolution of life on Earth. It also shows the fragility of life and what makes it so special to our planet in the cosmos.

## Mythbusters Border Slingshot Worksheet Season 3

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The Mythbuster team explores the story that people are crossing the US border via slingshot method. Some of the physics concepts alluded to include projectile motion, la

## Mythbusters Border Slingshot Worksheet Season 3

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The Mythbuster team explores the story that people are crossing the US border via slingshot method. Some of the physics concepts alluded to include projectile motion, launch degrees, use of the SI units of measurements, impulse, Newtons Laws of Motion, consistent testing conditions, force, mass, distance, acceleration, potential energy, kinetic energy, elasticity, g forces, center of balance, center of gravity, parabolic trajectory, and parabolic arcs.

## Mythbusters Breaking Glass Worksheet Season 3

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Adam and Jamie team up to find out if a singer can break a wine glass without amplification. The rest of the team attempts to discover if a rolling stone gathers no moss

## Mythbusters Breaking Glass Worksheet Season 3

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Adam and Jamie team up to find out if a singer can break a wine glass without amplification. The rest of the team attempts to discover if a rolling stone gathers no moss, and if a regular shop vac can be transformed into a jet engine. Science concepts include resonance frequency, natural resonance, hertz, wavelength, amplitude, harmonic waves, fundamental waves, sound concentrations, tone, pitch, decibels, crystal harmonics, crystalline structure, energy transfer between mediums, energy reverberations within materials, constructive interference, material oscillations, biomechanics, combustion, thrust, jet engine engineering principles, fuel compression, and gas expansion.

## Mythbusters Brown Note Worksheet Season 3

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Jamie and Adam explore the story that an ultra-low frequency note will make a person lose bowel control. They also test to see if the force of a bullet is enough to knoc

## Mythbusters Brown Note Worksheet Season 3

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Jamie and Adam explore the story that an ultra-low frequency note will make a person lose bowel control. They also test to see if the force of a bullet is enough to knock a person backwards like in the movies. Finally, Kari, Tory, and Grant investigate if Chinese water torture is effective. Scientific topics addressed include Newton’s Third Law of Motion, equal and opposite reactions, mass and inertia, speed and mass, impact force, energy dissipation, low frequency sound waves, infrasound, hertz, frequencies, biological responses, mental confusion, decibels, psychological stresses, and human ethics.

## Mythbusters Bullets Fired Up Worksheet Season 4

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Jamie and Adam test the myth that a bullet fired straight up into the air will fall back to earth with deadly consequences. The rest of the team tests various vodka myth

## Mythbusters Bullets Fired Up Worksheet Season 4

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Jamie and Adam test the myth that a bullet fired straight up into the air will fall back to earth with deadly consequences. The rest of the team tests various vodka myths to see if it can act as a cure for poison oak, function as an adhesive bandage remover, and if it can be filtered into a top-shelf product. Scientific concepts discussed include ballistic trajectories, terminal velocity, rotational spin during flight, aerodynamic stability, projectile launch angles, impact analysis, impact forces, bullet flight variables, urushiol oil, biological irritants, experimental controls, chemical reactions, gas chromatography, qualitative analysis, and quantitative analysis.

## Calculating Gravitational Potential Energy, Height, Mass, Kinetic Energy, and Velocity Worksheet

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This is a 19-problem worksheet on 4 pages (2 sheets, front and back sides). These multistep problems involve multiplication, division, addition, subtract

## Calculating Gravitational Potential Energy, Height, Mass, Kinetic Energy, and Velocity Worksheet

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This is a 19-problem worksheet on 4 pages (2 sheets, front and back sides). These multistep problems involve multiplication, division, addition, subtraction, exponents, and the use of square roots. Students should have a grasp of basic algebra and know the order of operations. They will solve for gravitational potential energy, mass, height, velocity, and kinetic energy.

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 1.3, Introduction to Chemistry

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 1.3, Introduction to Chemistry

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 2.1, Analyzing Data

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 2.1, Analyzing Data

\$3.00

Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 2.2-2.3, Analyzing data

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 2.2-2.3, Analyzing data

\$3.00

Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 3.1-3.2, Matter-Properties and Changes

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 3.1-3.2, Matter-Properties and Changes

\$3.00

Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 3.3-3.4, Matter-Properties and Changes

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 3.3-3.4, Matter-Properties and Changes

\$3.00

Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 4.1-4.2, The Structure of the Atom

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 4.1-4.2, The Structure of the Atom

\$3.00

Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 4.3-4.4, The Structure of the Atom

\$3.00
Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 4.3-4.4, The Structure of the Atom

\$3.00

Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 6.1, The Periodic Table and Periodic Law

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 6.1, The Periodic Table and Periodic Law

\$3.00

Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Chapter 6.3, The Periodic Table and Periodic Law

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## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Chapter 6.3, The Periodic Table and Periodic Law

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 7.1-7.2, Ionic Compounds and Metals

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## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 7.1-7.2, Ionic Compounds and Metals

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 8.1, Covalent Bonding

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## Chemistry: Matter and Change Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 8.1, Covalent Bonding

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 9.1-9.2, Chemical Reactions

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## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 9.1-9.2, Chemical Reactions

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 10.1-10.2, The Mole

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 10.1-10.2, The Mole

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 10.3, The Mole

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 10.3, The Mole

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 10.4, The Mole

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 10.4, The Mole

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 11.1-11.2, Stoichiometry

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## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 11.1-11.2, Stoichiometry

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 11.3, Stoichiometry

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 11.3, Stoichiometry

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 13.1, Gases

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## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 13.1, Gases

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 13.2, Gases

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 13.2, Gases

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 14.1-14.2, Mixtures and Solutions

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## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 14.1-14.2, Mixtures and Solutions

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 14.3-14.4, Mixtures and Solutions

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## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Worksheet Chapter 14.3-14.4, Mixtures and Solutions

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Chapter 23.1-23.3, The Chemistry of Life

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve s

## Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) Reading Guide Chapter 23.1-23.3, The Chemistry of Life

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Reading guides (or sometimes called guided readings) are worksheets designed to get students to open a textbook. They are an excellent means to improve student reading comprehension skills, fluency, and word recognition. They force the students to actively interact with the text in a quantifiable manner. And once the students are done with the reading guides, they have a ready-made study guide to look over for the quiz! To keep the kids honest when putting down answers, I typically cut and paste some of the answers to a weekly quiz.
Reading guides also make good sub-lesson plans. They are self-directed activities which the majority of students should be able to independently finish.
The chemistry reading guides we offer were designed for use with the Chemistry: Matter and Change (2013) textbook. The ISBN number is 9780078964053. If you do not have this edition of the book, many of the questions and page numbers will not align correctly. The reading guides are typically 45 to 50 questions in length, with a good mix of higher- and lower-level questions in the mix. There are also some questions where graphs must be drawn, or sketches need to be made.
The reading guides are numbered about 25 questions per sheet of paper (roughly 50 questions total), so that if students are working in pairs, they can split the work evenly between them with no arguments of who will be doing more work. This is also an exercise in teamwork and peer communication skills!

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