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The TED-Ed Interactive Periodic Table of Elements

November12

So, I’m sure you’ve seen one of these charts hanging out in a science classroom before—especially when you were a chemistry student…

periodic table of elements

The next question is… Have you ever seen an interactive version of the periodic table? If not, then put this resource on your must-see list because this edtech gem, created by the Periodic Videos team using the TED-Ed platform, contains a video lesson about every single element on the periodic table. Yeah, it’s all that!

Check out a sample video lesson on Hydrogen below.

Besides the video lessons, teachers also have access to additional information that accompanies each element, which includes multiple choice, open-ended and discussion questions as well as other online resources. And as an added bonus, each original video can be customized to suit individual classroom needs. Check out the full lesson page on Hydrogen here!

Classroom Connection:

Use the interactive TED-Ed periodic table resource as an engaging and informative way for students to learn facts about the chemical elements and their properties.

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