This card sort
is for practicing identification of metals, nonmetals, and metalloids based on their physical properties
. This card sort will also help student to practice element location on the periodic table based on if they are a metal, nonmetal, or metalloid.
See the VIDEO PREVIEW: Metal, Nonmetal, and Metalloid Card Sort
The card sort comes with 24 cards... 8 cards are Metals, 8 are Metalloids, and 8 and Nonmetals. The answer side of the card is faded so that it does not show through. The answer will also display a small periodic table with that element's section shaded in. Using cardstock paper works best for the cards... for durability, and so that even the faded answers don't show through.
Teachers, there are multiple ways to present this practice to students. Make a class set and put the cards into sandwich bags. Make only one set and use it as a station. You can always make it as I've shown in the pictures and have every student have a set in their science journals.
The great part about this card sort is that there are three envelope cut-outs provided for each card set. These envelopes hold each set of cards and these envelopes can be glued onto a page in the journal as shown in the picture above. (I prefer double-sided tape!)
Each envelope has an image that represents the set of cards. The top flap of the envelope is also labeled.
Using card stock paper for the cards works the best! Be sure to print cards two-sided! Let me know what you think! Thanks!
Science TEKS 6.6A
Element, Compound, and Mixture Basics Study Guide
PowerPoint: A Basic Understanding of the Periodic Table
Periodic Table Groups Foldable
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