Looking for differentiated activities to introduce, or review, the Periodic Table? Check out the Periodic Table Student Learning Stations. Stations are a great way to get your students up and moving around the room; while differentiating to meet the needs of the various learners in your classroom.
As someone who has employed stations in my own classroom, these activities are a great way to engage and motivate students; and allow you to act as a facilitator or work with small groups of struggling learners.
This station learning set is part of a GROWING bundle
of Chemistry Student Learning Station
sets (13). It is currently being offered at a reduced price as it is incomplete; however, it will increase in price as the other components are added. Purchase now to receive all the updates! Click HERE to learn more about the Chemistry Student Learning Stations Bundle
Notes about this product:
[A] This product includes 7 differentiated stations:
-----Teacher and Stations Directions / Printing Overview
-----Literacy: Reading Station
• 1-full page reading over the Periodic Table
• 4 Task Cards reviewing the reading article
• This station will help you incorporate reading in your science classroom.
• 40 animal cards
• 1 blank Periodic Table of Animalia template (to be used as a reference guide)
• 4 Task Cards with guiding and critical thinking questions
• This station will serve as an interactive, hands-on activity to help students see the relationship between elements on the Periodic Table.
• 4 Task Cards
• 2 Bitly links provided (one is provided as a backup link)
• All questions for this station can be answered by viewing the video (less than 7 minutes)
• This station will help students understand the periodic relationships among elements on the Periodic Table.
-----Literacy: Reading and Writing Station
• 4 Task Cards
• 5 readings: Alkali Metals, Alkaline Earth Metals, Transition Metals, Halogens, and Noble Gases.
• This station does not require background knowledge of the topic(s) and will assist you in helping students summarize/outline their learning through various applications of writing.
• 1 Task Card (2 per 1 page)
• 1 Periodic Table with a key
• This station may be used to have students organize the various information that can be deciphered from the Periodic Table. Furthermore, it may also serve as a resting station while students are waiting for another station to open.
-----Literacy: Writing Station
• 2 Task Cards
• Two writing prompts are included to have students synthesize what they have learned from all the stations. It is highly recommended that students complete this station toward the end.
• This station will help you incorporate writing into your classroom.
• 4 Task Cards (11 questions)
• This station formatively assesses if students are able to meet the Student Learning Station objectives.
--Student pages and teacher answer key included (pgs. 31-37)
--Teacher preparation is required and printing the animal cards in color is encouraged; however, external resources are not required.
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[B] Similar Periodic Table products include:
----Periodic Table: Interactive Notebook and Lapbook
----Periodic Table: Task Cards
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About Bond with James
James is currently a high school science teacher. He has experience as a speaker at local and state conferences. Moreover, James has experience as a high school assistant principal and as a district-level science instructional specialist (supporting teachers across 17 high school campuses in a large, urban district).