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Periodic table middle school science

Periodic Table

Middle School Science


Periodic table middle school science

Teacher Notes

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Periodic table middle school science

Periodic Table

  • The periodic table is a table of chemical elements arranged by atomic number.


Periodic table middle school science

Elements

  • Each table square includes the atomic number, element symbol, and atomic mass. Label these on the lines below.

  • Protons are positively charged and electrons are negatively charged. This creates a neutral charge for each element.

6

C

12.011


Periodic table middle school science

Elements

  • Each table square includes the atomic number, element symbol, and atomic mass. Label these on the lines below.

  • atomic number

  • element symbol

  • atomic mass

  • Protons are positively charged and electrons are negatively charged. This creates a neutral charge for each element.

6

C

12.011


Periodic table middle school science

Chemical Symbols

Each chemical symbol is made up of one or two letters. As new elements are discovered, the person who discovered the element has the privilege of naming it. Name these chemical symbols.

F B

AuMn

HeS

CaAl

ClNa

OCu


Periodic table middle school science

Chemical Symbols

Each chemical symbol is made up of one or two letters. As new elements are discovered, the person who discovered the element has the privilege of naming it. Name these chemical symbols.

F FluorineBBoron

AuGold MnManganese

HeHeliumSSulfur

CaCalciumAlAluminum

ClChlorineNaSodium

OOxygenCuCopper


Periodic table middle school science

  • Cu stands for _____.

  • a. Copper

  • b. Chlorine

  • c. Curium

  • d. Carbon


Periodic table middle school science

Organization: Groups or Families

The elements in the periodic table are arranged in vertical columns called groups or families. Elements in a family share chemical properties.


Periodic table middle school science

Organization: Periods

The horizontal rows in the periodic table are called periods. Elements in a period contain very different properties.


Periodic table middle school science

The Periodic Table

Click the table to view a video on the periodic table.


Periodic table middle school science

  • You would expect Lithium (Li) and Carbon (C) to share some of the same chemical properties since they are elements in the same period.

  • True

  • False


Periodic table middle school science

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