Just a quick post today for a bit of fun! What do you think of my Periodic Table of Experiments?? It’s jam packed full of easy science experiments for kids!
You can download the periodic table as a clickable pdf. To see the activities you just need to click on the one you’re interested in!
There are a few that aren’t fully written up yet, but 90% of the links take you to fully written up ideas. Please bear with me on the rest!
Anyone fancy trying to do all of these over the summer holidays?
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Download the clickable pdf periodic table here.
Periodic Table of Experiments
Just to clarify, this is not a real periodic table. You can see a real version with explanations for what each element is used for here.
Last Updated on March 15, 2020 by Emma Vanstone
Anna Maria Kisiell
What a fantastic idea. I am working special needs adults and I will definitely use this from September onwards. Looking forward to this
I think this periodic table is great – however it would be helpful to have a list of what the experiments actually are – I haven’t done “trap the wolf” for example. Any chance of a link to each one?
Love this! What category is the lavender (2nd from right) to be? I would love links to these activities!