Copy in color and on white card stock.
This game can be used in lots of ways!
2. Distribute cards out to students, or small groups of students, (some students may have more than one card). Call out a group number and student’s who have a card in that group stand up and show their card and explain it to the class. Make relationships between the cards any why they are all in the same group (Family). What are some similarities?
3. Kids can form into small groups that they belong too around the room.
4. Line up 1-20 elements and have the other cards join which group they could belong to make a human bar graph.
Pictures for Elements:
H- Rocket and Gas pump; He- Balloons; Li- Battery; Be- Computers (high speed technology); B- Borax; C- Diamond & Coal train; N- Dynamite, Fertilizer, & Atom model; O- Mask: F- Toothpaste; Ne- Sign & Atom model; Na- Salt & Atom model; Mg- Spinach; Al- Soda can; Si- Rubber Bracelets and Phone case; P- Matches, Egg, and Fertilizer; S- Medicine & Egg; Cl- Clorox Wipes; Ar- Bike; K- Banana and Fertilizer; Ca- Milk.
Students will also have cards to represent Metals, Non-Metals, and Metalloids.
Good conductors/ Poor Conductors, Malleable substances, and Semi-Conductors
Groups for- Alkali Metals, Alkali Earth Metals, Halogens, and Noble Gasses.
All 20 elements each have its own card.