Are you looking for a really fun and engaging electron configuration game? You found it! Students will love learning from this step by step activity that will increase their accuracy, inspire collaboration, and will create a fun learning environment.
There are two versions depending on the level of prep time you have:
A nearly no prep version-
You will need to print game boards and score cards. THAT'S IT. Yes, I know that made your day. :)
A traditional version- You will need to cut out game pieces, find dice, print game boards, and print score cards
Brief playing instructions- Page 1
Game Board-Page 2
All Possible Electron Configurations-This will help you grade scorecards fast! Page 3
Full Page Scorecard- Page 4
Half Page Scorecard- Page 5
Complete teaching Instructions that even tell you what to write on the board for student instructions- Page 6 &7
Molecule Pieces – Page 8
How the game is played:
Wherever you land, write down your electron configuration by first writing every checkpoint you pass and then writing the electron configuration location where you landed. Each time you roll, you write a new electron configuration. The student who finishes with the most correct electron configurations wins. If students roll a number past the finish line have them write the electron configuration for Lawrencium.
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