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Elements Wheel - Common Metals

This 2-page print-out makes a common metals chemical elements wheel; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. The pages are attached using a metal brad. Note: the back wheel is slightly larger than the front wheel; this makes it easier to turn the wheel. brad

When you spin the wheel, elements and facts about them appear, including the elements: gold, silver, copper, aluminum, nickel, iron, lead, and tin. For each element, the wheel includes its abbreviation, some facts about it, its atomic number (the number of protons in one atom of that element), and its atomic weight (the average mass of an atom's natural isotopes). Write the 8 elements on the wheel, starting with the element with the lowest atomic number.

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Word Wheel - Common Metals

Elements Wheel - Common Metals Bottom

Print this page. This is the back wheel of the printable common elements wheel. Cut out the wheel and attach to the top page with a brad.

Word Wheel - Common Metals

Elements Wheel - Common Metals Top

Print this page. This is the front page of the printable common elements wheel. Cut out along the thick black lines (cut along the top half of the wheel and then out to the two side-edges of the paper). Then cut out the cross-hatched areas. brad


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