What Is a Compound? - Lesson for Kids - Quiz & Worksheet

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The main difference between a compound and a molecule is that:

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1. The chemical formula for sodium chloride is:

2. Which of the following are examples of everyday compounds?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

What are compounds? See what you know about them and how they differ from molecules by using the quiz and worksheet.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

These topics are on the quiz and worksheet:

  • The chemical formula for sodium chloride
  • Why water is considered a compound
  • The relationship between molecules and compounds
  • Examples of everyday compounds

Skills Practiced

  • Reading awareness - make sure that you know the most important information from the lesson on compounds
  • Remember details - remember what you learned about the chemical formula for sodium chloride
  • Noticing differences - compare topics from the lesson, such as compounds and molecules

Additional Learning

You can review more topics any time thanks to the lesson called What Is a Compound? - Lesson for Kids. This lesson helps you:

  • Decide why chemistry can be difficult
  • See what a molecule is
  • Review compound examples
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