One of my students recently professed his fascination with the Periodic Table, and it seems like hundreds of Periodic Table links have suddenly shown up on my social media sites. I decided to curate a list for him, and it seems only fair to share it with you.
- First of all, Richard Byrne recently shared this post on his site that amazingly has 6 other Periodic Table resources I hadn’t collected, including a link to a Periodic Table game.
- Remember Kramer’s coffee table book that could actually be used as a coffee table? Well, your students may not get that reference, but they will surely enjoy making a Periodic Table table.
- Click here to see a photo by Jamie Gallagher that uses country flags on the Periodic Table to identify where each element was discovered.
- I would love to know how long it took to make this Periodic Table of Pumpkins.
- This interactive Periodic Table is perfect for my 4th grader, so he can click on an element and immediately see a short summary of the element’s main uses.
- I’m quite impressed by these elemental haikus. They are mysterious enough to make me want to learn more about each element to interpret the haikus!
- Kaycie Dunlap has personified the elements by designing each one as a cartoon character. You can purchase her flash cards on her Etsy store, or challenge your students to make some of their own after seeing her examples.
- If you want to throw in some augmented reality, don’t forget about the super-cool Elements 4d Cubes that you can make on your own!