This EDITABLE POWERPOINT contains 35 SLIDES on the Periodic Table. Using great graphics and an effective lesson sequence, this PowerPoint takes students through the creation of the periodic table, the information found on the periodic table, the structure of the periodic table, and the properties of groups of elements and chemical families found on the periodic table.
GREAT CORNELL NOTES RESOURCE! This powerpoint presentation describes how to take notes following the Cornell method. 11 slides explains how to set up the note-taking page, how to do a title and summary, and has an additional activity. A short video clip about scientists looking for alien life embedded in the powerpoint, graphic interface, and note-taking differentiate for different learning styles. This resource is especially valuable for the teacher that uses interactive notebooking.
Periodic Table Review Game for chemistry or physical science students in Grades 9-12 Periodic Table of the Lost Civilization How well do your students know their way around the periodic table? This fun and interactive review game will reinforce and review your students for the unit test.
Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt - Middle School Science Class Activity. This 20 question scavenger hunt has students navigate themselves around the information available on the periodic table. Compatible with most textbook versions of the periodic table. This activity makes a great anticipatory set, early finisher activity, or quick informal assessment. Available in Kristin Lee's Science (and more!) Shop on TeachersPayTeachers.
*FREE* Quick and easy notes to staple to unfinished work. Each note has a quick checklist, so that the teacher may note why the student has unfinished work. A blank has been provided for additional reasons/notes. #TpT
A Periodic Table worksheet in which students are given one part of the elemental square. The student then uses their periodic table to hunt for the element based on the clue given, and then fill in the missing pieces.
This fun and engaging activity gets your students thinking deeply and putting their knowledge of the periodic table to use as amateur detectives! By using the clues provided, students can identify the elements by reading the periodic table. Your students also get the chance to create their own mysteries by writing original clues! I've used this lesson for years in my classroom and my students are always engaged and learning! $
This lesson was created for middle school and high school students and is great practice to help students to understand the concept of the periodic table, how it is arranged, and how to read and understand the table. This is an extremely popular lesson in my classroom! Students analyze common features of cartoon aliens and explore how the common and varying features align with the regular patterns seen on the periodic table. Highly engaging, high level thinking activity.
A performance indicator (test/quiz/worksheet) covering Physical Properties of Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids and their placement in the Periodic Table of Elements. This quiz also covers the properties and placement of the other classified groups of the periodic table.
FREE! Periodic Table Compact Combo Guide! This displays the Physical Properties of Metals, Nonmetals, Metalloids on the front... Open it up and you've got a blank periodic table to color three different colors to help identify the Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids.