The Periodic Table Bundle contains an informative power point, Periodic Table graphic organizer for INB, and a scavenger hunt for the 118 element Periodic Table.
This Periodic Table and Periodicity Power Point covers the historical development of the Periodic Table, the types of elements found on it, the categories of the elements, and the periodic trends of electronegativity, atomic radii, ionic radii and ionization energy. (43 slides)
GRAPHIC ORGANIZER FOR INB
This Periodic Table Graphic Organizer is designed for Interactive notebooks in a secondary science class.Students will look at the different parts of the periodic table and list the characteristics of metals, nonmetals and metalloids (semi-metals).
Students will color a 118-element periodic table according to groups such as Alkaline metals, Halogens and nonmetals.Students will also cover periodic trends such as electronegativity, atomic radii, ionic radii and ionization.( 4 student pages, 4 page teacher key plus instructions.)
PERIODIC TABLE SCAVENGER HUNT
This is a great worksheet for getting to know the periodic table. The worksheet covers all 118 elements. I included a FREE downloadable periodic table that I used in making the scavenger hunt.
This is specific for secondary students because your students may need to do a little research into the meaning of Latin and Greek words, look up mythological beings and celestial bodies.
This scavenger hunt is excellent in informing the students of how certain elements got their names and where groups are found.
Two page student pages. Teacher key included.
The students will be organizing good and evil characters from pop culture. This is a Periodic Activity to allow students to experience and simulate what it is like to organize a group of subjects based on properties. This is an excellent Halloween activity for secondary science!
Some of the properties have periodic trends, while other do not. Students will be organizing good and evil pop culture characters based on their Altruistic score, Malicious score, Fatality score, Jovial score and Intellect score. There are other properties the students can use as well by analyzing the character tiles.
There are a total of 63 character tiles. Student need to use ALL 63. If they need to, they can add unknown character tiles as well and predict the traits an unknown character could have based on their placement in the Periodic Table.
There are many different arrangements the students could potentially arrive at. I included three examples of possible arrangements. I require the student groups to use at least two properties to set up their tables. The students will mount the table unto a poster board and explain in writing on the board the reason for the set up and use arrows and color to show the periodic trends, groupings and trends within the periodic trends.
The students are not constrained to only use a square to rectangle configuration. They are able to choose which ever arrangement they would like as long as it makes sense and can be successfully explained. (63 character tiles, 1 page student instructions, 3 page teacher guide.)
Who is it for?
- 9th Graders (14 to 15-year-olds)
- 10th Graders (15 to 16-year-olds)
- 11th Graders (16 to 17-year-olds)
- 12th Graders (17 to 18-year-olds)
- 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
- Your little scientist
- Visual Learners