This single page handout gives students a chance to work with the Periodic Table and the various keys provided. My students have a table in their agenda books that each carry with them all day. You could easily print one or use one from a textbook.
There are 20 questions, 5 give the symbol, 5 give the element name, 5 asking about trends in atomic mass, trends in atomic number, and finding groups and periods. The finaly 5 have kids searching out elements named after specific people or places.
It is a great warm-up activity or fun homework.