Wall-Size Periodic Table | Stark Science.
When I first got sent this link, I thought it meant just a large periodic table, but no! This link gives you the tools to print your own WALL size periodic table – each element is printed on one page of A4 and all of the files you need to create it are available on the link.
There’s even a two elements to a page document if you don’t have a very big wall.
I desperately want to see classroom walls covered in this now!
These could even be used as project prompts or for display boards.
Connections Academy – Online School for Grades K–12.
This would be really nice as part of the right geography/geology/earth science unit and maybe as an Easter fun session. I really like the try this idea of different types of salts and sugars. Could you add a different colour half way through the week? Would it all mix or one just grow on top of the other?
SOLO Hexagon Generator — HookED. I was given the direction “Not sure what this is, but worth saving” That’s what I’m doing, although how you’re supposed to tag or categorise something that you aren’t too sure what it actually is, is quite beyond me!
Anyone have any ideas about what the HookED SOLO Hexagon Generator is?….