You are going to work together with the students at your table to create SEVEN Bohr models using the Skittles in your bag. You must create one Bohr Model for an element for EACH of the following categories: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Alkali Metal Alkaline Earth Metal Halogen Noble Gas Metalloid YOUR CHOICE YOUR CHOICE You will first need to decide which color you will use to represent protons, neutrons, and electrons! You will need to CONSISTENTLY use the colors in each model in the same way. Each Bohr Model must include the appropriate number of protons & neutrons in the nucleus, and the correct number of electrons on each electron shell. Remember, the organization of electrons on shells is: 1st shell: 2 e2nd shell: 8 e3rd shell: 18 eWhen you have finished a Bohr model, you will need to take a picture (either with your laptop in Photo Booth) or with your cell phone (and subsequently email those pictures to yourself). You will use the pictures to create a Google Slide presentation. Your presentation must include: Title Slide: Including a title, date, class period, and your name Seven slides, each with a picture of a Bohr Model you created. The slide must ALSO include: • • • • • • Name of element Chemical Symbol Atomic Number Atomic Mass Picture of that element as found in nature/in its purest form Identify which category the Bohr Model is in (see list #1-7 at top of page) Creativity, spelling, organization, and accuracy of information will all be graded.