#### MONDAY

- Regular science – Today we worked on our review of the periodic table and atomic structure by practicing finding protons, neutrons, and electrons, and drawing Bohr models and Lewis Dot structures.
- Advanced science – Today we worked on the ionic bonding puzzle that was begun on Friday. Students should try to make as many bonds as possible from the puzzle pieces they have.

#### TUESDAY

- Regular science – Today we finished working on our periodic table review and students then played a review game for the periodic table.
- Advanced science – Today we finished the ionic bonding puzzle and students played a review game for the periodic table.

#### WEDNESDAY

- Regular science – Test on atomic structure and the periodic table
- Advanced science – Test on atomic structure and the periodic table. Please watch the video for Counting Atoms tonight and take notes on page 53 of your science notebook. The link can be found on the right side of the page under science videos.

#### THURSDAY

- Regular science –
- Advanced science – Students took a short quiz today on counting atoms and then we worked through a game of counting atoms where students had to interact with their classmates in order to complete a chart of chemical formulas. Tonight, students need to watch the video on the Law of Conservation of Matter and take notes on page 55. This can be accessed through the link to science videos on the right side of the page.

#### FRIDAY

- Regular science – Today we continued working on counting atoms by reviewing the notes that we completed yesterday and then playing a game in which the students had to interact with their classmates in order to complete a chart full of chemical formulas.
- Advanced science – Students took a short quiz today on the video they watched last night and then we jumped right into chemical equations. Students first looked at several chemical equations and had to determine if they were balanced or not. This activity can be found here – Counting Atoms and Identifying Balanced Equations – and goes on page 56 in their science notebook. We then began working on how to balance an equation that is not already balanced. We will continue working on this when we return to school next week.

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