Periodic Table Project

OUR PROJECT:

 

6th and 7th grade final draft paper : periodic table project final draft

5th and 8th grade copies of periodic table project: Periodic Table Project (5th grade we edited some of the information like total points and some questions you do not have to answer)

Project requirements:

5th grade:  

-decorated element box, (supplies due friday the 13th, will be completed in class tuesday the 17th)

-brainstorming worksheet completed with sources, (due Friday the 13th)

-final typed “fact sheet” about your element with all specified questions answered. (due friday the 20th)

6th grade:

-decorated element box, (supplies due friday the 13th, will be completed in class tuesday the 17th)

-brainstorming worksheet completed with sources, (due friday the 13th, can be turned in early for me to look over)

-final draft worksheet completed NEATLY

7th grade:

-decorated element box,(supplies due friday the 13th, will be completed in class tuesday the 17th)

-brainstorming worksheet completed with sources, (due friday the 13th, can be turned in early for me to look over)

-final draft worksheet completed NEATLY (due Tuesday the 17th)

8th grade: 

-decorated element box, (supplies due friday the 13th, will be completed in class tuesday the 17th)

-brainstorming worksheet completed with sources, (due friday the 13th, can be turned in early for me to look over)

-final typed “fact sheet” about your element with all questions answered. (due friday the 20th)

 

 

I’m so sorry everyone, but I got these boxes from J.Crew. It was a display for the elements of fashion years ago… and they were simply going to throw them in the trash. I claimed them for my students and they were a very high quality cardboard. Very thick. Very sturdy. I’m sure you could use other boxes, but I cannot guide you how to attain more of these…apart from writing a letter to J.Crew to ask them to start a business of making and selling boxes to science teachers! 🙂

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4 comments on “Periodic Table Project

  1. This is great! I am the Newsletter Editor for the Associated Chemistry Teachers of Texas, (ACT2). Could I post this picture in our newsletter if I give you credit? This coming year, the United Nations has designated 2019 as the International Year of the Periodic Table!

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