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Rachel Sanders

Student Instructions

Periodic Table and Periodic Law

Use the drawing and label tools to help remember a new concept. 1. Tap the button. 2. Tap the tool to a.) Color the “s” block area pink. b.) Color the “p” block area yellow. c.) Color the “d” block area light green. d.) Color the “f” block area orange. e.) Draw a diagonal line (from upper left to lower right) in the area that represents the very reactive nonmetals. f.) Draw a diagonal line (from upper right to lower left) in the area that represents the very reactive metals. 3. Tap the tool to g.) Draw an X in the boxes that represent the unreactive elements h.) Draw a purple capital letter “R” with a circle around it at the location that represents the element with the largest atomic radius. i.) Draw a blue capital letter “I” with a diamond around it at the location that represents the element. 4. Tap the to add to your portfolio.

11th Grade, 12th Grade, Other, Science
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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Drawings in Seesaw are preserved and provide evidence for students and teachers as they reflect on progress over time. In Seesaw, not only is it easy for teachers to see all of the students’ drawings in one place, but students can later use others’ drawings as a resource or a helpful study tool. This activity works great when your lesson asks students to sketch, work through a problem, or draw a diagram. To do this activity with students…. 1. Share this activity by tapping the green Share button 2. Students sign in to Seesaw. 3. Students follow the steps to complete the activity.