|Textbook Links - Click the correct textbook:
Regular chem Honors chem
Chemistry Review Links (by topic):
Significant figures practice quiz
An interactive periodic table with lots of useful info!
Visualizing atomic orbitals
Another good site with sig figs - be sure to read the fable
History of the atom
Chemistry tutorials on various topics
Activities and tutorials on various topics
Various topics - practice problems with answers*
*A student reported (and he's correct) that the above link has some errors. It occasionally will
tell you that your answer is wrong, when it is correct. They are few and far between, but
watch out for them.
Notes on reaction types and predicting products. (The ends of the sections
may say "practice problems". Click there to get practice problems.) Also note, you
will not need to predict synthesis (of nonmetals) until the bonding unit in the last
trimester. Also, we referred to replacement as "single replacement" and ionic as
Stoichiometry quiz with molarity Click on solution stoichiometry calculate moles or
Stoichiometry review worksheet
Gas test retake review worksheet
Other Chemistry Links
Mr. Craig's honors chemistry and AP chem website
General Science Links
DoScience.com - lots of fun science stuff to do!
Heard a good urban legend lately? Check it out at Snopes.com
EXTRA CREDIT: Watch for this to be updated soon.
|Mrs. Kern's Chemistry Site
|to succeed in chemistry:
10. Re-read or re-copy your
notes and ask questions
9. Read the section in the
textbook that discusses our
8. Do all the homework that
you're assigned, even if you
know it won't be collected!
7. Stay for 6th period to get
help or ask questions.
6. Follow the "textbook links"
to find out what the textbook
publishers have put together
5. Click on the review links
and practice what you've
4. Read and practice your
chemistry every day.
3. Use the links to the left to
take the online practice tests
2. Show up for class
everyday - and be prepared!
1. ASK QUESTIONS and
take notes in class!