Study atomic structure in a way that's fun and engaging. Through play students internalize the arrangement of electrons, neutrons, and protons and see how atoms differ from one to the next. They'll also begin to see how atomic structure relates to an element's position on the periodic table. If you're studying atomic theory in your middle school science classroom, consider using this tangible way to study Bohr models. #EngagingScienceLabs, #periodictable, #middleschoolscience, #chemistry, #tpt
This worksheet was made to use in conjunction with the PhET "Build an Atom" simulation (link provided, but you can also just Google "PhET Build an Atom"). My students always find this simulation so helpful as they learn the different parts of the atom in Chemistry, Physical Science and Earth Science.
***This item is included in the Parts of an Atom Activity Packet. Do not purchase this item if you already purchased the Activity Packet.***In this edible atom activity, students will use colored candy to represent protons, neutrons and electrons and make a model of an atom using the Bohr model of their chosen element.
Want to help your students visual atom that they can see with the naked eye? Want your students to learn about how to use the periodic table?Candy Atom Activity is designed to help your students understand the structure of an atom. Students will use candy to demonstrate where the protons, neutrons, electrons are located in the atom.
These digital or print 'Mad Lib' Task Cards cover the basics of atomic structure and how to read the Periodic Table. These are great to use for formative assessment/review during a unit or before a quiz. 24 multiple-choice questions; each answer has a word associated with it... students complete the Mad Lib once they finish all of the Task Cards! Listen to the text afterwards ("Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds" by The Beatles)! Makes for an engaging and easy review!