Three different levels of difficulty are included!
This is an excellent way for students to learn the different parts of the periodic table. This works great as a stand alone activity or as part of an interactive science notebook!
When students map the periodic table, they assign colors to each part they need to identify. They fill in the key and the corresponding part.
This file includes three types (levels) of periodic table maps:
*The first map can be used as a very basic introduction. It has the student differentiate between metals, metalloids and nonmetals and labels the atomic number, atomic mass, element name and element symbol.
*The second map has the student color the alkali metals, alkali earth metals, transition metals, other metals, metalloids, other non metals, halogens , nobel gases and lanthanides and actinides. It also has the student underline the elements that are liquid and gas at room temperature.
*The last map includes everything from the second map but also includes labeling the groups and periods, atomic number, atomic mass, element name, and element symbol.
This activity is great for referencing what they’ve learned about the Periodic Table of Elements. It works well in an interactive journal, and as a classroom and hallway bulletin board display.
Let's Compete: Periodic Table Activity & Game
If you have any questions or suggestions concerning this activity, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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