Worksheets for Middle School Teachers
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Though most of my teaching experience is at the high school level, I recently spent some time in a middle school classroom teaching a physical science class.  Though this is my no means a complete middle school physical science curriculum, maybe this will at least give you middle school teachers an age-appropriate starting point for building a curriculum.*

These worksheets are in Microsoft Word format. 
If you like the worksheets you see here, you may be interested in the following:

 

Title of Worksheet

Brief description of Worksheet

MS Word - Click File Name

Counting Atoms Sheet

Practice worksheet where students name ionic compounds and count the atoms of each element present.

HM001

Acceleration Notes

These are the notes I used when teaching acceleration to my students.  Not a worksheet.

HM002

Another Balancing Equations Worksheet

Practice with, you guessed it, balancing equations.

HM003

Balancing Equations Worksheet

More balancing equations.

HM004

Elements and Bonding Worksheet

Practice with the groups of the periodic table, valence electrons, and a brief introduction to how bonds are formed.

HM005

Ionic, Covalent, Metallic Lab

A lab where students guess whether a compound is a metal, an ionic compound, or a covalent compound.  Includes teacher tips.

HM006

More Mixed Naming Fun

Practice naming ionic and covalent compounds.

HM007

Naming and Equations Review

Review with naming chemical compounds and balancing equations.

HM008

Naming Chemical Compounds Worksheet

Yet more practice with naming chemical compounds.

HM009

Naming Mixed Ionic and Covalent Compounds

Still more naming ionic and covalent compounds.

HM010

Physical Science Quiz

Ionic and covalent properties, bonding, and naming.  Also includes equation balancing.

HM011

Position and Velocity vs. Time Graphs

Practice making position vs. time and velocity vs. time graphs.

HM012

Review - Bonding, Oxidation States, Naming, and Balancing Equations

Pretty much what it sounds like.

HM013

Salt Lab

A lab where the students explore the exothermic or endothermic solvation of various ionic compounds in water.

HM014

Acceleration Practice Problems

Questions involving acceleration, velocity, and the distance traveled during each.

HM015

Unit Conversions Homework

Unit conversions problems.

HM016

Unit Conversions Practice

More unit conversions problems.

HM017

Questions?  Comments?  Email them to me at misterguch@chemfiesta.com

*All worksheets 2004 Ian Guch and Cavalcade Publishing, All Rights Reserved.  As with all worksheets on this site, no resources may be used without written permission of the author, with the exception of use by teachers for their own classes.  The author and Cavalcade Publishing make no guarantee as to the accuracy, safety, or educational quality of these worksheets and assume no responsibility for any consequences resulting from their use.  By using these worksheets and activities, you agree to assume all liability and responsibility for their use.  Though that gets me off the hook for anything that goes wrong, please make sure to always use common sense when teaching, particularly when it comes to safety issues stemming from doing labs.  Of course, most important is the need for students to wear goggles at all times - if you don't have this as your standard policy, you're a bonehead.