Great activity for Halloween and for students to get more familiar with the Periodic Table. Students will need an up to date periodic table to complete this activity. Students will use the periodic table to find the atomic number of certain elements and use their symbols to create words that relate to Halloween!
Download the Preview for a FREEBIE! Ten Frames! I See Ten Frames 63 Print & Go Halloween Ten Frame Worksheets that you can simply print and hand out to students. Easy Peasy! NO LAMINATING OR CUTTING! Great for morning work, homework, group work and centers. Fun and engaging ten frame practice work for this time of year! Helps develop students understanding of number.
Great activity for Valentine's Day! Students will need an up to date periodic table to complete this activity. Students will use the periodic table to find the atomic number of certain elements and use their symbols to create words that relate to Valentine's Day!
Animal I Have/Who Has is an all-in-one game activity your ESL students will want to play again and again! Students build skills in reading, listening, and speaking! With kid-friendly images, this is a perfect game to introduce to your youngest students! And it's just plain fun! $1.50 on TpT #ESL #EFL #ELL
Atoms & Periodic Table BingoThis is a set of 30 different bingo cards with 32 questions that will help your students review the concept of atoms and the Periodic Table. This is a great activity that can be used for early finishers, in science centers, enrichment, a small group activity, whole group activity, or just for a review!
Christmas fun with the periodic table of elements. The official "Chemis-Tree" Prepared for a high-school science project. Have functional groups colored so some make decorative "balls" and Ag & Pt & Hg need to be silvery color too
This is a great way to get students familiar with the Periodic Table after learning the basic concepts of metals, nonmetals, metalloids, protons, neutrons, electrons, rows, and periods. A great activity for early finishers, science centers, homework, a quiz, or when there is a sub.
This is a great activity to use as a review over magnets.There are 20 questions that students will have to answer before they can color their picture. This activity can be used for early finishers, science centers, or when you have a sub. I hope you enjoy.Included in your download are the following: **20 Student Questions **Blank Coloring Page **Answer Key **Completed PictureI hope you enjoy!Check out my other color by number activities:Atoms & Periodic Table Color by Number!