Students combine science, mathematics, art and design to bring the Periodic Table into three dimensions as they create unconventional models of common elements. After they read the introduction on page 1 and view an example of a model that another student created, they proceed to page 2 where the Challenge is defined, rules are established and step-by-step Instructions are given. An example with the element, sodium is provided. On pages 3 -6 students use graphic organizers to record their research, ideas, problems and solutions. On page 7 students use a rubric to evaluate their project. The rubric evaluates how well students followed the rules to show their knowledge, workmanship and creativity. When many students add their element projects to the 2-dimensional Periodic Table, a visual celebration of Mendeleyev's idea comes to life.