Chemical Elements Puzzles

 
Here are a dozen pages — 6 worksheets with their answer keys — that will serve as a welcome supplement to anyone teaching the chemical elements!

Included in this printable packet are:

  • Elements Search 1 — aluminum to zirconium — after finding the 32 elements in the word search puzzle, write all the leftover letters in order to solve the mystery message
  • Elements Search 2 — bismuth to xenon — find the 24 elements in the word search puzzle and use the leftover letters to write out the hidden message
  • Tough Metals, Pesticides, and Other Useful Elements — crossword puzzle featuring a useful fact and atomic number for each clue — 18 elements
  • Lightbulbs and Microchips — crossword puzzle featuring a useful fact and atomic number for each clue — 16 elements
  • Light & Lightest — crossword puzzle featuring a useful fact and atomic number for each clue — 14 elements
  • Elemental Terms — fill in each blank with a word from the box — includes terms such as alchemy, metallurgy, oxidation, reduction, orbitals, isotopes, and ions

 
These worksheets are so easy to use and so flexible that they can be used for middle school, high school, and even college chemistry classes.  Or use them for summer learning, library programs, or just for fun!

 

Sample pages from this packet — click to view larger:

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