Stoichiometry Doodle Notes
Stoichiometry Doodle Notes
Stoichiometry Doodle Notes
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Stoichiometry Doodle Notes

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The mole heart! I have found that one of the hardest things for students when doing stoichiometry problems is determining what numbers to put where. By using this graphic, my intention is to make the process as simple as possible. The heart is something that students can visualize easily. Also, there is no reason to have students memorize where to multiply and where to divide. I think this is one of the biggest things that make these problems more difficult than necessary. We just concentrate on the dimensional analysis!

Students will gain so much value from these doodle notes that they will be proud of and use! The included teacher notes suggest many ways of incorporating doodle notes in your class, and includes an example suggestion for completing the doodle notes. For interactive notebooks—just print at 90%, and it will fit beautifully!

Chemistry Doodle Notes! Research is now coming available that sites that doodling while learning forms a connection between left brain and right brain communication and enhances learning. “Cross-brain” learning has many benefits for the student—most importantly, the activity of doodling will give your students a kinesthetic connection to core concepts.

These Doodle Notes lay out the process of working stoichiometry problems in a completely visual and simple manner. This very successful teaching strategy is one that I have been using for years with great success. My students become stoichiometry masters after this lesson, and have told me tales of teaching their friends, college classmates, and youth groups stoichiometry.

The doodle notes address stoichiometry conversions involving mass, number of particles, and molar volume (liters) @ STP.

Define the process of working stoichiometry problems.
Identify where to find numbers, or what numbers to use for conversion factors.

Prior Knowledge for Students: Students should be comfortable with dimensional analysis, and mole conversions prior to this lesson.

Teacher Prep Time: Just print and go!

Lesson Duration: One – One class period plus practice.

Included in This Product:
The Stoichiometry Conversions Doodle Notes
Suggested KEY for the notes
Teacher Notes with suggestions for incorporating doodle notes in your class, and other tips. (3 pages)

This lesson is appropriate for grades 9-12 chemistry.

This will be an activity you will want to use year after year!

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