During lunch there was three people with apples. One student (students=nonmetal) named billy wanted to give the teacher Mr. Apple (teachers=metal) an apple because he didn't want it (ionic). Another student named Tommy unlike billy wanted to share apples with another student (covalent). The Mr. Apple however wanted to share his apple with another teacher to help keep all of hid apples together and safe (metallic).
Tommy shared his apple with a student named Alice. Because Alice is 2 years older than Tommy, Alice got more of the apple than Tommy, but if they were the same age they would have shared it equally (bond polarity)
Another teacher Ms. Smith could share more apples because she's an adult and bought her apples herself so she decided at lunch to go to the cafeteria and share many apples, while the students weren't allowed to share all of their apples from their parents (electronegativity)
After sharing all of her apples, Ms. Smith went back and taught her students about bond geometry and different bonds. She showed a covalent bond, explained how they form to make elements like noble gases, and H2O and showed how it's a bent shape (bond geometry and covalent bonds)
Next, Ms. Smith explained how ionic bonds are neutral, and showed an example of an ionic bond, NaCl. Then on the right Ms. Smith showed an example of a linear covalent bond F2
Then on the left Ms. Smith diagrammed a gold metallic bond, which the purpose is to keep an atoms electrons together, and on the right diagrammed a trigonal planar bond CH2O