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By observing reactions between single elements and compounds, scientists have been able to determine a list of elements in order of their activity. In this experiment, you will observe many different chemical reactions, and you will construct your own list of elements in order of their activity.

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"Element Connections" Purpose of game:  To review information about the Periodic Table and the elements.  This is best done as a review game at the end of a unit, when you have already taught about atomic numbers and weights, family groups on the Table (alkali metals, transition metals, etc.), and some basic facts about the more common elements.

So this is awesome: Periodic table created by student collages of each element

112 Cartoon Elements Make Learning The Periodic Table Fun. These are so cool, check them out!

Matter and Change Homework (Elements, Compounds, Mixtures) Set of 2. This is a set of two homework assignments that I use when teaching my unit on Matter and Change. The questions are designed to be thought provoking and problem solving in nature.

The Simply Scientific Classroom: Element Superhero Project

Holy cow, 271 pages of Post-it activities for teachers. This might be a pin now, read later. This is a cheap, easy way to get students up and moving while still learning and it gets them thinking of different types of questions to ask.

A worksheet to help students learn the basic differences between elements, compounds and mixtures using illustrations/visuals....