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Acclimate your students to the periodic table of elements using this printable and digital distance learning activity as an introduction or review. Using their own table, students will search for different elements using the group, period, name, symbol, or atomic number. This is great practice for your students to navigate the table. Students love the scavenger hunt-like game to find the different elements.
- Find elements within a period, then in a group.
- After completing those two activities, students will then be given the period and the group number, and they will have to find the element, symbol, and atomic number.
- Next, they will be given the element name and search for its period, group, symbol, and atomic number.
- Finally, students will be given a list of elements, and they will have to determine whether they are metal or nonmetal.
This lesson includes:
- "How to use" teacher direction sheet and digital distance learning instructions to help distribute this to your learning management system such as Schoology or Google Classroom
- Three pages of student activities
- Google Forms (self - grading) link to the digital version
- Answer key
How to Use this Activity:
- You can use this activity in small groups or pairs so that students can work together to learn how to navigate the periodic table of elements.
- Assign this activity as a homework assignment to have individual practice using the periodic table.
- Distribute this activity to students who need repetitive practice to learn the parts of the table.
Check out this feedback from teachers who have tried this periodic table activity in their classroom...
- My students are working on this in partners right now and are loving it! The scavenger hunt is helping them understand how to read and find information on the periodic table.
- Awesome time saver. Thank you!
- OMG! I love this! Went perfectly into my lesson, and my kids enjoyed it!
Other activities and lessons to support your unit on the periodic table of elements:
- Elements of Me Project
- Scavenger Hunt
- Winter Word Search
- Valentine's Day Activity
- Nonfiction Reading Comprehension Packet
- Digital Reading Comprehension Activity
- Periodic Table Choice Assignments
- Poster Project
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