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Chemistry: Periodic Table of Elements Notebooking Pages

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Periodic Table of Elements Notebooking Pages
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Munchkin is currently working on the periodic table of elements in her Chemistry class, so I thought I would make up some notebooking pages to assist her in the learning process.

This set includes:

  • generic pages for each of the types of elements where she can fill in the element’s information
  • labeling the atom
  • discussing the element, atom, compound, and molecule
  • a filled-in periodic table
  • a blank periodic table
  • history of the periodic table
  • element information covered on the periodic table of elements
  • 4 science experiment sheets (lined and unlined).

The set includes 20 pages total.

As always, these are free for personal use. If you know of other people who would enjoy these notebooking, please send them to my blog to download their own copy. Thanks!

16 Comments

  1. Heidi
    Heidi

    These look great and I am so thankful for you’re sharing of them. However, I can’t seem to get them to download. I have your horses pages and they just took a click – something might be wrong with the link perhaps? More likely I am just doing something wrong. Would you mind letting me know how best to download them?
    thanks again
    Heidi

    February 27, 2013
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  2. Heidi
    Heidi

    YES! Got it, thanks SO much 🙂 My dd may not be happy, but I am…and she will enjoy this so much more than a text book.
    Thanks again!
    Heidi

    February 27, 2013
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    • Great! Glad that it worked this time. My daughter was just happy that she didn’t have to use a traditional Chemistry textbook, so she didn’t mind too much. lol!
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      February 27, 2013
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  3. Just discovered your blog. It’s awesome! I think we’ll be switching to exploring notebooking and lap books for this upcoming year and your page is a blessing. Thank you so much. =)
    Aadel – would you mind sharing the name of those YouTube vid’s your kids discovered? =) Please and thank you.

    April 10, 2013
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  4. Heather, very nice pages!
    I think you may have a mix up on the “elements” page though.
    The atomic number of He is 2 and the mass number is 4.
    Thanks for the nice work.
    Steph

    September 9, 2013
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    • Good catch! I used a graphic for that, and didn’t catch that it was wrong. The pages have been updated. Thanks!
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      September 9, 2013
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  5. Laura
    Laura

    Want you to know I love your website!! Have followed you for years!!! Thanks for allllllll that you share!

    August 28, 2015
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