Electron Configuration Task Cards - Interactive Online Boom Cards Activity

Electron Configuration Task Cards - Interactive Online Boom Cards Activity
Electron Configuration Task Cards - Interactive Online Boom Cards Activity
Electron Configuration Task Cards - Interactive Online Boom Cards Activity
Electron Configuration Task Cards - Interactive Online Boom Cards Activity
Electron Configuration Task Cards - Interactive Online Boom Cards Activity
Electron Configuration Task Cards - Interactive Online Boom Cards Activity
Electron Configuration Task Cards - Interactive Online Boom Cards Activity
Electron Configuration Task Cards - Interactive Online Boom Cards Activity
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(4 MB|20 task cards with answers in PDF and Boom Card Versions)
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NGSSHS-PS1-1
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Your students will identify Bohr atom models for the first 20 elements of the Periodic Table of the Elements. Perfect way to check for understanding, review, or use as a quiz or short test. The answers are presented in a multiple choice format.

Click here for a preview of the Electron Configuration Boom Cards online

Important Information

  • Answer keys included
  • Online Boom Card version is self grading
  • Recommended for physical science and chemistry classes
  • Interactive, online Boom Cards can be played on Smartboards, computers, tablets, and smart phones
  • Printable PDF can be printed on white card stock for offline use

How it Works

  • Teacher guided review– Use online Boom Learning site with a projector to question your students as a class.
  • Teacher guided quiz – Use online Boom Learning site with a projector to give your class a quiz.
  • Student guided quiz – Use online Boom Learning site with one student per computer to complete the deck.
  • Classroom circle – Put your desks in a circle. Print task cards out on white cardstock and have students pass cards in a circle. Have students work in pairs. Use a timer to keep students on task. Do NOT let students pass cards without your signal.
  • Classroom gallery walk – Print task cards out on white cardstock and post these at eye level on the walls of your classroom or a hallway. Have students work in pairs. Use a timer to keep students on task.

TEKS Covered

I.6B

C.6D

NGSS Standards Covered

HS-PS1-1

Materials Needed

White card stock, scissors OR Smartboard, computers, tablets, and smart phones

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NGSSHS-PS1-1
Use the periodic table as a model to predict the relative properties of elements based on the patterns of electrons in the outermost energy level of atoms. Examples of properties that could be predicted from patterns could include reactivity of metals, types of bonds formed, numbers of bonds formed, and reactions with oxygen. Assessment is limited to main group elements. Assessment does not include quantitative understanding of ionization energy beyond relative trends.
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30 minutes
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