# All Elements and the periodic table articles – Page 2

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### Properties of metals and non-metals

2020-04-06T11:24:00Z

Challenge the misconception that metals and non-metals are completely opposite in their properties with this activity

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### How to teach non-metals

2020-04-06T11:23:00Z

Showcasing samples and gas tests are imperative when introducing non-metal elements to students

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### Learning at home for 11–14

2020-03-24T14:06:00Z

A selection of curriculum-relevant resources and activities to use remotely with your 11–14 classes

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### Escape the classroom: advanced challenges for older students

2019-11-29T11:32:00Z

Six more puzzles to challenge and enthuse your students

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### Why the periodic table is a student’s best friend

2019-10-31T10:02:00Z

How to encourage your pupils to use it as a resource

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### Why you should teach the history of the periodic table

2019-10-24T14:22:00Z

Because students familiar with the table’s development and structure make better chemists

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### Getting to grips with the periodic table’s structure

2019-10-24T14:22:00Z

Help 11–14 students learn about the table’s development, structure and history

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### Determining relative atomic weights

Heat a known mass of two metals to produce their oxides and determine their relative atomic masses.

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### The periodic table

2019-09-02T10:14:00Z

Introduce students to its structure and order

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### Memorise the periodic table? No!

2019-05-03T11:32:00Z

Don’t teach the periodic table by rote

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### IYPT activities: history of the periodic table

Enthuse students with the history and development of the periodic table by using this engaging and interactive classroom activity. It can be differentiated to varying abilities and adapted to different levels or specifications

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### Periodicity 16–18

Reinforce ideas about period 3 oxides, their reactions and their structure and bonding with these Starter for ten activities.

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### Trends in the periodic table starters | 16–18

A great Starter for ten activity to engage your students with trends in the periodic table by focusing on group 2, group 3 and group 7.

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### International Year of the Periodic Table activities

In celebration of the International Year of the Periodic Table, explore the chemical elements using innovative and interactive resources

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### IYPT activities: periodic table bingo

An exciting take on an important topic – periodic table bingo is a fun and engaging way to learn about the elements, their symbols and their uses. It can be differentiated to varying abilities and adapted to different levels or specifications

• News

### Chemical analysis reveals origin of Pompeian mosaic tiles

2019-03-29T12:22:00Z

Portable spectrometers shed light on the materials used in ancient Roman mosaics

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### 8 ways to inspire students about the environment

2019-03-19T10:30:00Z

Embrace the Year of Green Action

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### How will we save our endangered elements?

2019-02-11T11:43:00Z

Elements we risk losing this century

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### Escape the classroom: basic puzzles

2018-11-30T13:47:00Z

Six puzzles to challenge and enthuse your students

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### The most important village in chemistry

2018-10-29T13:27:00Z

How one small Swedish hamlet contributed to the periodic table