In this activity students will be learning how to calculate the number of
particles in an atom.
In order for students to do that they will be using information from the periodic table, and specifically the information inside the element box. Students will practice gathering information from the element box and practice using it to calculate the number of particles in that element’s atom.
This activity uses the APE-MAN method. On the second page, students will
practice using APE-MAN on a chart. Students will be finding the number of
protons, neutrons and electrons in the activity.
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