Students explore the Periodic Table by going on a scavenger hunt. Determine the central ideas or conclusions of a text; provide an accurate summary of the text distinct from prior knowledge or opinions
Both Carl Sagan and Richard Feynman said that the atomic theory is one of the most beautiful ways to explain the world we live in. By displaying the combination of a comics and of a periodic table poster on the wall of your kids’ room, you are giving them a chance to get familiar with the building blocks of the universe in a fun way. Once they will see the periodic table poster at school, they will relate to it as if it were a toy.
It's bingo like it's never been played before! 30 unique bingo cards 35 elements of the periodic table 5 questions for each element, you choose how easy or difficult to make it! This is a great game for differentiation.