The idea behind these worksheets is to use the element letters to make words. The first few worksheets give you the element numbers, so all you have to do is look on the table to find the corresponding letters.
The last two worksheets give you the letters only - and you need to find out the element numbers instead.
The worksheets really get your kids looking at the periodic table, and they should end up with a good idea of where all the elements are placed around it!
Why not cut up a copy of the Periodic Table and see if your teens can make their own worksheets? How many words can they find? What is the longest word?
We were thinking of new words for days afterwards!
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