Periodic table and elements:
- Periodic Table Coloring Activity: I know this sounds dumb, but there’s nothing like a good coloring activity to mix things up.
- Periodic Table Fun: Do you have a table? Is it periodic? If so, get your students to learn more about it with this handy sheet.
- Periodic Trends Worksheet: Electronegativity, atomic radius, ionization energy and electron affinity are the stars of this show!
- Metals, Metalloids, and Nonmetals Worksheet: If your students don’t know the difference, they’ll be wowed by this sheet!
Printable periodic tables:
- Periodic table: This is a standard black and white periodic table.
- Periodic table – Blank: Shows the outline of the periodic table and where the elements should go.
- Periodic table – Groups: A periodic table color-coded by group.
- Periodic table – States: A periodic table color-coded by state of matter.
- Periodic table – Metals, Nonmetals, Metalloids: Color-coded by metallicity.
- Periodic table – Electronegativity: Shows the Pauling electronegativity values for each element.
- Periodic table – Electronegativity by color: Color-coded by Pauling electronegativity value.
- Periodic table – Atomic radius: Shows the atomic radii of each element in picometers.
- Periodic table – Atomic radius Colored: Color-codes the elements by atomic radius.
- Periodic table – First ionization energies: Indicates the first ionization energies of the elements (in kJ/mol).
- Periodic table – First ionization energies colored: Color-coded table by first ionization energy.
Other Periodic Table resources:
elements.wlonk.com has a lot of printable resources for both the periodic table and orbitals. Most of this stuff is free for use with your students, so don’t get too nervous when you see a “buy” button up there. (But do pay attention to their terms of service!)