PHYSICAL SCIENCE - Atoms & Chemical Bonding
Atoms & Chemical Bonding Flip Chart Set
“Write-On/Wipe-Off” Charts to
Introduce or Review Key Concepts!
Visually appealing, engaging and
easy-to-use, the set includes 10 doublesided,
side of each chart provides graphic
instruction on the topic while the reverse
features graphic organizers, problembased
Spiral-bound on a sturdy, free-standing
easel, the set also includes an Activity
Guide with copymasters of review
See Digital Flipbook at www.newpathlearning.com
Visually Stimulating Exercises
Also Available as E-Book at www.newpathlearning.com
Complete Blended Learning Resources Module!
Module Includes -
• 1 Flip Chart Set (34-6922)
• 1 Student Learning Guide (14-6922)
• 1 Vocabulary Review Card Set
• 1 Curriculum Mastery Game (4 Players)
• 1 Year Online Learning Subscription (51-0001)
• 1 Hands-On Lab Investigation (84-6922)
See Below for Details on Individual Components
laminated 18” x 12” charts. One
questions and review exercises.
6. Covalent Bonding
7. Covalent Compounds
8. Naming Compounds
9. Metallic Bonding
10. Vocabulary Review
74-6922 Atoms/Bonding Curriculum Learning Module
Atoms & Chemical Bonding
Interactive Multimedia Lesson
Research-Based & Developed with Support
from the National Institutes of Health (NIH)
Includes CD-ROM for installation on any computer, along with FREE
one-year online streaming access on any device
Model the Sub-Atomic Particles in Atoms, Isotopes & Ions!
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1. Models of the Atom
2. Atomic Configuration/Bonding
3. Chemical Bonding
4. Ionic Bonding
5. Ionic Compounds
34-6922 Atoms/Bonding Flip Chart Set.................................. $37.95
Perfect for individual student
instruction on any computer or
for classroom presentations on
any Interactive Whiteboard, the
lesson contains a comprehensive
array of animated multimedia
tutorials, interactive activities,
visual resources, illustrated
narrated glossary, virtual labs and
assessments, along with an inquirybased
Student Activity Guide.
Covers: Models of the Atom; Atomic
Configuration & Bonding; Ionic Bonding; and Covalent & Metallic Bonding.
Virtual Lab Investigation: Atoms & Chemical Bonding.
54-6602 CD & Streaming Access........................................... $59.95
Includes 10 “Write-On/Wipe-Off” Charts:
Atoms & Chemical Bonding
Student Learning Guide
Features self-directed readings, easy-to-follow
illustrated explanations, guiding questions,
inquiry-based activities, a lab investigation,
key vocabulary review and assessment review
questions, along with a post-test.
Covers: Models of the Atom; Atomic Configuration & Bonding; Chemical
Bonding; Ionic Bonding; Ionic Compounds; Covalent Bonding; Covalent
Compounds; Naming Compounds; and Metallic Bonding. 44 Pages.
14-6922 Atoms/Bonding Learning Guide - Individual............ $12.95
14-6972 Atoms/Bonding Learning Guide - Set of 10.............. $99.95
Atoms, Isotopes & Ions Lab Investigation
84-6922 Atoms Lab Investigation (1 Lab Station)................... $12.95
Includes Online Access to the
Animated Multimedia Tutorials,
Interactive Activities & More!
See Page 3 for Details.
Atoms & Chemical Bonding Curriculum Learning Module
Provides a complete set of visual, digital and hands-on resources
designed to support teacher instruction and provide students with
the skills to master key concepts on Atoms and Chemical Bonding.
Used in combination or individually, your students will gain thorough
comprehension from an engaging blend of technology-based instruction,
interactive print resources, game-based learning and a hands-on lab
investigation. Includes detailed, standards-based coverage of Models
of the Atom; Atomic Configuration & Bonding; Chemical Bonding;
Ionic Bonding; Ionic Compounds; Covalent Bonding; Covalent
Compounds; Naming Compounds; and Metallic Bonding.
Students use colored chips
and the information from a
periodic table to model the
sub-atomic particles - protons,
neutrons, and electrons - in
atoms, isotopes, and ions.
They then model the electron
configuration within the
electron energy levels; and
learn how changing the
number of protons, neutrons,
or electrons leads to different
elements, isotopes, or ions.