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This group of activities covers the periodic trends of atomic radius, electronegativity, and ionization energy. In one activity the students measure the atomic radius of several elements going across and down the periodic table. Once the students complete the activity it is easier for them to grasp
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Periodic Table - A Graphing Exercise Graphing the trends / properties of the periodic table is a great way to help your students visualize and understand the trends between the elements on the periodic table. In this graphing activity, students will graph the atomic radius of the elements of peri
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This product is a general introduction to the three main periodic trends in the new curriculum: ionization energy, atomic radius, and electron affinity. This is the second part of my series of lessons on periodic trends (part one is: Coulomb's Law & Ionization Energy. The first part of the lesso
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Are you looking for a fun way to have your students review periodic trends? Your students will LOVE my partner activity! They will work in pairs & take turns rolling dice to answer questions. The object is to get 5 correct answers in a row (vertically, diagonally, or horizontally) to win the gam
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Introduction: When the elements are arranged in order of increasing atomic number, they show a periodic recurrence of properties. Elements in vertical columns of the periodic table form groups (families) with similar physical and chemical properties. These similarities are due to the fact that a
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Help students to organize information about the periodic trends. Includes space for students to explain what the characteristic is, the reasoning for the trend both horizontally and vertically, as well as a periodic table to draw a visual representation of the trend. Trends included: **Atomic Radiu
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Pre-made sequences of elements that you can post around your classroom. Students are given the provided worksheet and have to go around the room finding the correct sequence.
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Help students to organize information about the periodic trends. Includes space for students to explain what the characteristic is, the reasoning for the trend both horizontally and vertically, as well as a periodic table to draw a visual representation of the trend. Trends included: **Atomic Radiu
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Teaching your students about Periodic Trends? Then this is the worksheet to use. The worksheet consists of 40 total problems, each requiring students to review and demonstrate their knowledge of the following periodic trends 1) Atomic Radii 2) Electronegativity 3) Atomic Mass 4) Ionization Energy
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This serves as a review OR an introductory notetaker for Chemistry students after periodic trends have been discussed. It includes an answer key. You can have the students refer to this from time to time as you cover bonding. Periodic Trends by Ann Shioji is licensed under a Creative Commons Attri
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This powerpoint is over 50 slides and covers the periodic trends: electronegativity; ionization energy; and atomic radius. It is easy to understand and includes many quiz slides in order to check for understanding along the way. It is part of a bigger bundle that includes another powerpoint, work
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Have students interactively apply the periodic trends when they play this game that reviews atomic radius, ionic radius, electronegativity, ionization energy, and atomic mass. Includes ready to print playing cards, directions, and an annotated periodic table with hints for identifying whose element
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I use this to practice periodic trends after I lecture over them. I did not come up with this idea, but I am uploading the cards I made for the game in case you don't want to make your own. The cards are the main block elements plus one card that determines the trend to practice each round. Stu
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Periodic Trends - Electronegativity, Atomic Radius, Ionization Energy, History of the Periodic Table This bundle of Power Point Presentations includes 47 slides of information that teach the following objectives: •Describe how the Periodic Table is arranged today •Explain basic similarities and dif
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This is an excerpt from my popular line of Bossy Brocci Math & Big Science workbooks on Amazon. Printing should be: LANDSCAPE and DOUBLE-SIDED, with the Flip being along the 'SHORT' edge or side Want MORE Power for your Dollar? Give Brocci Bundles a Try before you buy! To get the Bundles &amp
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Students use electronegativity values, rulers, straws, and play-doh to create a 3D model of one periodic trend. The tactile 3D activity helps struggling students grasp the trends shown. The activity includes teacher templates and a 10 question worksheet for students to analyze their model and comp
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~Essential Skills Worksheet #8~ Organize sets of work with questions related to: Trends in Metallic Properties, Nonmetallic Properties, Atomic radius Ionization energy, Electronegativity, Density, Boiling and Melting points. With this worksheet you can test, assess and strengthen your chemistry stu
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This game is a fun and engaging way for students to apply the periodic trends of electronegativity, ionization energy, and atomic radius to some elements on the Periodic Table. There are also some review questions about names, symbols, Families, and Categories of the Periodic Table. Students work in
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Trends of the Periodic Table - Ionization energy This lesson plan will teach your students about the ionization energy (I.E.) trend within groups and periods of the Periodic Table. Students will be able to identify which atoms will have a smaller/larger ionization energy, and will also be able to
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Also included in: Lesson Plan Bundle: History and Trends Within the Periodic Table

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These are the first three periods of elements with their Bohr diagrams, atomic mass, radius, mp/bp, reactivity, etc. I use them as a way for the students to determine the periodic trends by noticing the pattern/trend as you go down groups and across the periods. Works really well when followed up w
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~Essential Skills Lesson #8~ Organize sets of easy-to-understand guided reading, engaging example problems with step-by-step solutions, and practice multiple choice and short answer questions related to: Trends in Metallic Properties, Nonmetallic Properties, Atomic radius Ionization energy, Electron
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This graphing activity, Atomic Number vs. Ionization Energy, will help students grasp a very difficult, but critical, concept in chemistry. This graphing activity includes 3 graphing worksheets for varying levels of ability. Data sheets of the first 54 elements and their ionization energies are also
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The ability to read the Periodic Table and make note of certain trends across a Period and down a Group is a fundamental concept in Chemistry. This is why ChemistryNinja made this fill-in-the-blank Periodic Trends lesson plan for middle school Chemistry teachers. These notes first cover the definit
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Nice easy to read chart of common periodic trends, like atomic radiua, electronegativity, electron affinity, ionization energy, oxide and chloride number. Good visual to help remember these trends.
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