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Periodic Table Practice

Periodic Table Practice
Periodic Table Practice
Periodic Table Practice
Periodic Table Practice
Periodic Table Practice
Periodic Table Practice
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This resource was created as a follow up to my Periodic Table Puzzle.
From Mendeleev to Mosely, a close reading, looks at how Mendeleev first organized the periodic table to how it is now organized. The advances in atomic theory are discussed. A handout with short answer questions is provided, along with answer key. Students then color a periodic table based on the regions of metals, metalloids, and nonmetals. A reference sheet is provided that discusses groups and periods, and what each of those have in common. Practice Periodically, a periodic table practice handout with answer key, is also provided. After coloring their periodic table and labeling groups and periods, students answer questions such as "Which nonmetal would have chemical properties similar to tin?"

These resources are now also available in my Atomic Bundle
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9 pages
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Teaching Duration
45 minutes
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