Chemistry Interactive Review Activities

NOTE: For a number of reasons, I am (as of February 2017) creating a NEW page for my Chemistry Review activities. Don't worry - this page will remain here as long as this site exists, but no new reviews will be added to this page. I have several reasons for this:

  • My school district has adopted a new Unit structure for Chemistry, as a response to California's new, NGSS focused Science Framework.
  • This page has MANY review activities that I no longer use in my course. My students have trouble identifying the appropriate review activities to do because of the clutter. None-the-less, I don't want to delete activities that other teachers may still find usefull.
  • The older quizzes have already begun to experience some malfunctions in browsers. The problem will only get worse as their coding becomes deprecated. The software that I used to create them has also become unreliable, making it difficult to edit the activities.
So, continue to use this page and these activities, but also stop by the NEW Chemistry Review Page to see the new unit structure. Many new, mobile-friendly review activities will be added there as we "dial in" the new curriculum over the next few years.

Unit 0 - The Methods of Chemistry

Unit 1 - Atomic Structure

Unit 2 - Periodic Behavior and Ionic Bonding

Unit 3 - Covalent Bonding and Molecular Structure

Unit 4 - Conservation of Matter

First Semester Review

Unit 5 - Chemical Reactions and Energy

Unit 6 - Water

NOTE: This unit was previosly titled "Solids, Liquids and Solutions". We are beginning a multi-year process of re-writing our curriculum, and we have chosen this unit as our starting point. Old resources will be kept, though they may not be the focus of benchmarks.

Unit 7 - Gases, Gas Laws, and Earth's Atmosphere

California Content Standards Review

  • Released CST Questions - Ninety questions released by the State of California from previous years' versions of the Content Standards Test for Chemistry.
  • CST Fill-in Review - This is a sequential fill-in review that takes you through the CA standards for Chemistry, organized by the Units in which I teach them. There are seven review pages, self-grading, and you can start at any point in the review and move forward, backward, or back to the homepage.

Unit 8 - Selected Topics (After California State Testing)

Second Semester Review