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Building a periodic table

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Building a Periodic Table Activity
Chemistry Standard SC4: Students will use the organization of the periodic table to predict properties
of elements.
Due at the
beginning of class
You have been assigned the following element: __________________________
on
Using the template on the reverse side, fill in the information for your element
Atomic number – represents the number of positively charged protons found in the nucleus of an atom
of this element. If the atom is neutral (uncharged), the atomic number will also represent the number
of negatively charged electrons. Elements are arranged on the periodic table numerically based on their
atomic number. This should be black and fill up the space provided.
Picture – you should neatly hand draw and color a picture representing this image. Your drawing should
represent a possible use of your element or how it is commonly found and maximize the space provided.
DO NOT draw the atom itself.
Symbol – use the correct capitalization and follow the guidelines below.
At room temperature, if your element is a…
Gas, color the letter(s) red
Liquid, color the letter(s) blue
Solid, color the letter(s) black
Synthetic, leave the letters white
If your element is a…
Metal, color the background light blue
Metalloid, color the background light green
Nonmetal, color the background yellow
Only recently observed, color the background grey
Name – should be written in bold, black letters and maximize the space provided.
Atomic Mass - this is the weighted average of all the masses of the known isotopes of this element.
This should be written in bold, black numbers including 2 decimal places and should also maximize the
space provided.
Presentation
If you have element # 1 – 57, 72 – 89, or 104 – 118, you should attach your template to a lightweight
cylinder with the following approximate dimensions:
28 cm tall and 15 cm diameter.
If you have element # 58 – 71 or 90 – 103, you should attach your template to a lightweight rectangular
prism with the following approximate dimensions:
12 cm wide x 22.5 cm tall x 9 cm wide.
The cylinders and prisms will be returned to the student, upon request.
Atomic number
Symbol
Name
Atomic Mass (to two decimal places)
Picture representing this element
Building a Periodic Table Activity
Rubric
Name: ______________________________
Period: _________
Turned in on time
Atomic Number
Picture
Symbol
Correct Capitalization and Letters
Correct Letter Color
Correct Background Color
Name
Atomic Mass
4
3
2
1
1
1
0
0
0
4
4
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
Total
Building a Periodic Table Activity
Rubric
Name: ______________________________
Period: _________
Turned in on time
Atomic Number
Picture
Symbol
Correct Capitalization and Letters
Correct Letter Color
Correct Background Color
Name
Atomic Mass
4
3
2
1
1
1
0
0
0
4
4
4
3
3
3
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
0
0
0
0
0
Total
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