I had the hardest time finding a good, simple, easy to read periodic table for my students to use in physical science/chemistry.
I wanted it to be easy to read, contain rounded mass numbers, and be nice and clean, so my students could label it, and color it, as we learned about the various aspects of chemistry.
I sat down, and in Word, created a box for each element, filled them in, then arranged them into the table, and presto (it took FOREVER), I had exactly what I wanted. Now YOU don't have to!
EVERY aspect of the table is editable, so you can tweak things, if you'd like, without having to create it from scratch!
I print these on white cardstock, have them 3-hole punched, and have a student aide put hole protectors on two of the holes. Even my middle school students manage to make them survive the whole year like this!
This includes atomic number 1-103, with the lanthanide/actinide series pulled out at the bottom
I've included a BLANK periodic table:
-Rounded mass number
-KEY on hyrdrogen
-General labels for location of metals, nonmetals, noble gasses, transition elements, lanthanide, actinide
...and a FILLED periodic table
-Color coded (with key) for metals, nonmetals, metalloids, liquids, gasses.
-Group and period numbers
-Bonding charges (Group 1/2, 15-18)
-Valence electrons (Group 1/2, 13-18)
-Special note on helium for valence, since it doesn't follow the pattern.