Chemistry Year End Review Stations

Chemistry Year End Review Stations

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Time for year-end review for final exams or an EOC state test. Instead of standing and facilitating a review game—and coming up with it—or having your students work through large review packets, these review stations will build confidence in your students. 

I have found through the years that at state testing time and final exam time students are bombarded with huge review packets from all of their classes. They just look haggard with an overload of homework to do. So, I wanted a way that most of the studying took place in the classroom, and that homework would be a brief review of what they had studied that day. So, to that end, I came up with this year-end review station idea that gives students a grouping of study concepts each day, a quick overview for the group to work through and a very brief homework assignment. There are seven stations included in this review. I love the freedom that it gives me to work with struggling students, and have received very positive feedback from my students.

Students will work in study groups of 3-4 students. Each group will begin with one of the study stations, 1-7. For the most part, students should be able to finish a station within a class period. The entire review process will take about a week and a half to complete. I do give a day at the end for any students that didn’t finish a station.

  • Students will read through the station Study Cards (pages) together as a group. They will work Task Cards that are assigned within the Study Cards.
  • Students then will work on the half page Quick Check individually, but still sitting with their group. They can ask a group member for help if needed.
  • Next, students will complete a brief half-page homework assignment. The homework is independent work.

By moving from the group structure, to working alone—but still sitting with the group—to independent work, students are really able to build confidence with the material.

The teacher is freed up to monitor groups, help struggling students, or even pull a group and work with them. This is an awesome time to spend with groups and students for the teacher. I usually get a lot addressed during these days.

Student Study Progression:

  • Work together with group going through the Study Cards and answering Task Card questions.
  • Complete the station Quick Check independently, but still sitting with the group.
  • Independently complete brief homework for that station.

Everything in this resource is editable with the exception of the station Study Cards. With the editable Task Cards, you can add or replace cards to fit your needs. For example, if you have your students calculate frequency, you can add task cards to the electron configuration station. If you teach electrochemistry or organic chemistry, you can add Task Cards that address those concepts.

Review Process Duration: About one and a half weeks

Included in This Resource: Please see the preview for pictures of the resource!

  • 7 Review Stations
  • Review Station Study Pages (28 pages)
  • Student Notes- Fill in blank copies of the Station Cards to take for study
  • Review Station Task Cards—Editable! 168 B&W, 168 Color Cards
  • Student Task Card Answer Sheets (7)
  • Review Station Quick Check—Editable (7 half-pages)
  • Review Station Homework—Editable (7 half-pages)
  • Review Station Tent Cards—Editable Gives topics & instructions for the station (7)
  • NGSS Evidence Statements (HS-PS1-8) aligned to stations. (8 pages)
  • Teacher’s notes—3 pages, (Includes Editing Notes, Printing Notes, Set-Up, Grading Suggestions

Stations and Topics:

Station #1: Bonding

  • Bonding & Stability
  • Types of Bonds
  • Intermolecular Forces
  • Lewis Dot & Lewis Structures
  • Molecular Geometry—VSEPR
  • Molecular Polarity

Station #2: Reactions, The Mole, & Stoichiometry

  • Types of Reactions
  • Chemical Equations
  • The Mole & Mole Conversions
  • Stoichiometry
  • Limiting and Excess Reactants
  • Percentage Yield

Station #3: Solutions, Acids & Bases

  • Properties of Solutions
  • Solubility
  • Concentration (Molarity)
  • Percentage Composition
  • Making a Solution
  • Acids & Bases

Station #4: Energy, States of Matter, Phases Changes, & Gas Laws

  • Heat & Energy
  • States of Matter
  • Phase Changes (Heating/Cooling Curve & Phase Diagrams)
  • Physical/Chemical Properties & Changes
  • Gas Laws

Station #5: Periodic Table & Trends, Electron Configuration, Reaction Rates, & Equilibrium

  • Models of the Atom
  • The Periodic Table
  • Periodic Trends
  • Lewis Dot & Valence Electrons
  • Electron Energy & Light
  • Electron Configuration
  • Reaction Rates & Equilibrium

Station #6: Atomic Structure & Nuclear Chemistry

  • Elements, Compounds, & Mixtures
  • Atomic Structure
  • Nuclear Symbol—counting protons, neutrons, & electrons
  • Average Atomic Mass
  • Nuclear Particles
  • Nuclear Equations
  • Nuclear Half-Life

Station #7: Nomenclature, Lab, & Chemistry Math

  • Naming & Writing Chemical Formulas
  • Molar Mass
  • Percentage Composition
  • Empirical & Molecular Formulas
  • Lab Skills, Measurement, Accuracy & Precision
  • Percent Error
  • Significant Figures
  • Calculating with Significant Figures
  • Metric System
  • Dimensional Analysis
  • Lab Equipment & Units of Measure


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