Stoichiometry Manipulative

About: I'm a physics and chemistry teacher at a public school in Maryland and active in my local science teacher's association. I love building things and am teaching myself how to use arduino in electronics projec...

One of the most difficult processes for chemistry students to learn is how to solve stoichiometry problems. This is a set of manipulatives to help students practice where to place the units and compounds while solving problems.

Each set contains several combinations of units and chemical compound, and a strip with a chemical reaction. I give the students a series of different problems and they move the cards to the right spots to make the conversion between grams, moles, or molecules.

The background template and cards are printed on cardstock with constrasting colors.

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    brsram

    2 years ago

    Where are the cards? Pls post more info!

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    sci5

    2 years ago

    where are the background template and cards?