Did you know that there is a second Periodic Table Worksheet and that it also has its own answer key? And that this second one is also pretty easy to use!
I first got to know about this second worksheet from an old chemistry teacher in high school who used to tell us about these Periodic Table Worksheets in class. In all his years of teaching, he had never actually learned how to use it, but this teacher was definitely knowledgeable when it came to things like this.
He told us about a person who had helped him create the Second Worksheet. This teacher even asked me if I wanted to learn how to use it, which I thought was a pretty cool thing for him to ask. But when I got home, I found that it wasn’t really as simple as just looking up the answer keys on my own.
So I decided to see if I could find out what this other Worksheet was all about. What I found out was that there is actually a second worksheet that is also a PDF file. It contains four different worksheets that are organized into a hierarchical order by topic, like a real book would.
You can click on any of the topic worksheets and get the information that is found in the following three categories, including the way they are grouped. You can also put your own information into the groupings and make your own personalized worksheet.
But don’t worry, because this isn’t the main source of the data. The main source is actually the guide that the teacher used for the year and then his own notes for the class.
I was so excited to find out that there was another Worksheet that you could use that I went online and downloaded the guide in a very short amount of time. Once I finished that, I made sure that I got the correct answers.
After you learn how to use the second Periodic Table Worksheet, I’m sure that you will be wondering how many more you can find in there. You might even think that you could make your own worksheets and just add your own personal information to them.