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It's Elemental

The Periodic Table of Elements

Table of Elements

Download a printable version of the Periodic Table of Elements:

Color version (PDF Format)Black and White version (PDF Format)

The following on-line games based on the Periodic Table of Elements are available:

Element Flash CardsElement HangmanElement Matching
Element MathElement Crossword PuzzlesElement Concentration
Element BalancingElement Word Scramble 

The following paper-based activities are available:

Element BINGOElement Word Search

In addition to the information contained within the Periodic Table of Elements, the following articles may be helpful if you are writing a report about an element or if you are making a model of an atom:

- How to calculate the number of protons, neutrons and electrons in an atom of an element

- How to make a model of an atom

- How to read an electron configuration chart

- A list of who discovered each element

The information on this site has been compiled from a number of sources.

This page is maintained by Steve Gagnon.

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