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In this activity, students demonstrate their understanding of the structure of the atom and their ability to use the AZER Periodic Table Reference Booklet.
Interactive Atom Activity Part 2: Using the APH Periodic Table
In this simple activity, students play the role of the subatomic particles and position themselves correctly inside or outside of the nucleus.
Interactive Atom Building Activity
The group (family) in which an element is located on the Periodic Table can be used to determine the number of valence electrons.
Using the APH Periodic Table to Determine Valence Electrons
This review is appropriate for students after they have both learned the AZER model and the APH Periodic Table.
Review of atom concepts with the AZER atomic model and the APH Periodic Table
This simple activity allows students to display their knowledge of basic concepts related to the atom using the APH model.
Atomic Number and Mass Number with the APH Azer Model
This activity provides a hands-on experience for students to better understand the concept of the "atom". It is based on the meaning of the word atom.
Atom Cannot Be Divided
The activity described is a "model" of the atom describing the relative distance between the nucleus and the electrons in an atom.
This activity works on memorization of the major polyatomic ions.
Polyatomic Ion Bingo