lot of board games: Periodic Table Battleship Game! You could do a similar game with maps or other charts- even multiplication tables!
A worksheet to help students learn the basic differences between elements, compounds and mixtures using illustrations/visuals. Take a look at the CARD SORT
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This snowman/planet display is an dorable idea for a winter classroom door - "Hope your ___ (holiday/Christmas/winter) is Out of this World!
Bring christmas into your science classroom with these great tips and activities: Door themes, Periodic menu choice with a holiday twist, edible genetic activies
I would use this to help my artistic students comprehend what a chemical change is. Students typically enjoy these folding activities.
This is an awesome engagement activity for balancing chemical equations. This is a great resource because it's very tangible and helps them see conservation of mass.
2010 Door Decorating Contest - The Twelve Days of Calculus
Christmas Chemistry/physics door electrons make the season bright
Charles Faulkner this helps me remember them Chemical bonding; Covalent =sharing to fill octet, easily broken up like dating, Ionic =bonded by charge/marriage
This periodic table info is from a grade classroom, but these are FANTASTIC anchor charts for high school classes, too.
A performance indicator (test/quiz/worksheet) covering Physical Properties of Metals, Nonmetals, and Metalloids and their placement in the Periodic Table of