This worksheet gets students familiar with what information can come off of a periodic table symbol. These symbols can be designed several ways, so I included the most common symbol types.
Students label the mass number and atomic number on all of the symbol types. Then, they label mass number as protons and neutrons and the atomic number as just protons.
This worksheet is very straightforward and simple. It is best used as either classwork or homework. Students should keep this in their binders to look back at before a midterm just to refresh their memory on what these terms mean.
Though this worksheet is designed for middle school and high school.
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