Students will enjoy using their knowledge of the periodic table of elements and atoms with this fun and engaging Valentine's Day activity. This activity has students measuring liquids from graduated cylinders, beakers, triple beam balance and thermometer, counting atoms, creating sweet Valentine words with the periodic table and identifying elements with protons, neutrons, and elements. This assignment also comes with bonus Periodic Table of Elements box signs to spell out the holiday words "Chocolate", "Candy", "I Luv You", "Cute", and "Cupcakes" for some added sweetness for the classroom.
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Laminate for a DIY activity at stations
Use to model problems on board
Think, pair, share
Individual student assignment
Use it as a closer/ review
Perfect work for a sub day
Fun Valentine's Day themed assignment
- part 1: measuring
- part 2: counting atoms
- part 3: identifying elements with atomic number
- part 4: protons, neutrons, and electrons and atomic mass
Teacher/student self-assessment answer key
Bonus- Periodic Table of Elements box signs to spell out "Chocolate", "Candy", "I Luv You", "Cute", and "Cupcakes
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