Everything you need for your students to complete three scavenger hunts! Print and cut out each scavenger hunt and distribute the cards around your room...kids have to use their periodic table skills to find the correct answer before moving on to the next card. A great way to get kids moving and learning at the same time!
This downloadable printable includes:
• THREE 20-card scavenger hunts focused on identifying information on the periodic table
• student answer sheets (with space for notes, if needed) for each scavenger hunt
• instructions and answer key for each scavenger hunt
• elemental symbols
• atomic mass
• atomic number
• number of electrons
• groups and periods
• types of elements (noble gas, transition metal, etc.)
Activity is great for:
• whole class or small groups
• science centers (print 4 pages to sheet for a smaller version that's a little less chaotic) ;)
• review for tests
Entire file is 38 pages.
***Cards will need to be printed and cut out to prepare for students.***
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