Counting Protons, Neutrons and Electrons: Mystery Picture (Turtle)
Aligned to Texas TEK 8.5A describe the structure of atoms, including the masses, electrical charges, and locations, of protons and neutrons
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Are you ready for a HUGE upgrade from boring science worksheets? In this activity, students will practice adding protons, neutrons and electrons from given elements, then find the difference in electrons of two different elements. There are also some vocabulary review questions about the parts of an atom and parts of a chemical equation. Please download the preview to see all 15 questions. Students will match their answer to 15 questions using their periodic table, then color pixels in the grid, eventually revealing a mystery picture.
This product includes:
Page 1- Title Page
Page 2- Instructions
Page 3- Optional Interactive Notebook cover page
Page 4- Solve + Color Mystery Picture
Page 5- Response sheet to show work
Page 6- Answer key
Works great as:
- Centers or Stations
- Independent Practice
- Early Finisher Activity
"My students loved this activity! It was a great way to easily check whether they understood the concept or not, and it was hilarious hearing them trying to figure out what the image was!"
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