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Atoms, Molecules & Elements - BONUS WORKSHEETS

Grades 5 to 8 - eBook - Bonus Worksheets

  • Atoms, Molecules & Elements Gr. 5-8 - BONUS WORKSHEETS - eBook
  • Atoms, Molecules & Elements Gr. 5-8 - BONUS WORKSHEETS - eBook
  • Atoms, Molecules & Elements Gr. 5-8 - BONUS WORKSHEETS - eBook
  • Atoms, Molecules & Elements Gr. 5-8 - BONUS WORKSHEETS - eBook
Order #: CC4505D Grades: 5, 6, 7, 8 Reading Level: 3-4 Total Page: 6
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**THIS IS AN INSTANT DOWNLOAD**

This FREE bonus resource includes extension activity worksheets from our Atoms, Molecules & Elements Gr. 5-8 title.

Enjoy 6 BONUS worksheets from Atoms, Molecules & Elements Gr. 5-8. These worksheets can be used on their own, or paired with the individual resources as extension activities at the completion of the unit. And the best part is, it's FREE.

About these BONUS Worksheets:

Combining Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math, these worksheets are aligned to the STEAM initiatives and Next Generation Science Standards. Each concept features hands-on experiments and comprehension activities to ensure your students are engaged and fully understand the concepts.

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About the full resource, Atoms, Molecules & Elements Gr. 5-8:

Young scientists will be thrilled to explore the invisible world of atoms, molecules and elements. Our resource makes the periodic table easier to understand. Begin by answering, what are atoms? See how the atomic model is made up of electrons, protons and neutrons. Find out what a molecule is, and how they differ from elements. Then, move on to compounds. Find the elements that make up different compounds. Get comfortable with the periodic table by recognizing each element as part of a group. Examine how patterns in the period table dictate how those elements react with others. Finally, explore the three important kinds of elements: metals, nonmetals and inert gases.

All of our content meets your State Standards and are written to Bloom's Taxonomy and STEAM initiatives.

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