Science can be dry and boring. Or, it can be an exciting hands-on adventure. And the periodic table is no exception. Oh sure, that table is full of what could be dull facts that can make many the student’s head swirl with boredom. But, that table also contains a lot of fascinating information.
I wrote previously about 10 cool ways to study the periodic table and it’s become one of the most searched out posts on my site. There are some cool ideas there and you should really check it out.
But first, I decided to bring you another 10 ways to study the periodic table.
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10 Ideas for Learning about the Periodic Table of Elements
Here’s how it works. Open the link, then click on any element. You’ll see a pop-up window containing a video lesson. But, don’t just stop with the videos. Click the, View Full Lesson button at the bottom of the pop-up and you’ll be taken to the ed.TED.com site where you’ll discover even more ways to learn.
3 ▬ Proton Don at Fun Brain
In this game, Periodic Table Name the Element Game your kids can identify either the symbol or full name of the elements on the periodic table, building skill as they play.
Advanced Chemistry + Simple Rules + Ninjas! Make for a fun way to teach kids how molecules form and how chemicals interact.
5- The Periodic Table Game by
Fun to collect these cartoon Elements – Experiments in Character Design Flash Cards will make learning the periodic table fun and easy. Perfect for students, teachers and chemistry nerds.
7- The Periodic Table by
I just love this idea! Use LEGO Bricks to build a table. Get full directions, colors needed from Geek Families.
Have you seen this? What an incredibly creative teaching idea! Karyn at Teach Beside Me created a Periodic Table Battleship game using a simple printable, and a file folder.
Get all the details here: Geek Families.
Hands-On learning! Let your kids claim their knowledge by documenting what they learn about the periodic table of elements in a simple lapbook.
Grab a free printable pack, and all the details from Homeschool Share.
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