Here’s another Chemical Element Coloring Page! I love making these, and there seems to be quite a bit of interest in them, but they continue to take a back seat to other priorities. If you would like to see more of these, or even the entire periodic table, let me know! (I need all the encouragement I can get!) Comment, like my Facebook page (fb.com/thedadosaur), and share this post (A Facebook homeschooling group would be a great place)! The more interaction I get, the more new Element Coloring Pages I will make.
Find the rest of the Element Coloring Pages here
(UPDATE: More element coloring pages can be found here by clicking here)
I am so excited about this! When I was a kid I loved learning about the elements. There’s a sort of mystery to it. A magical world populated by strange and fantastic creatures, too small to see even with a microscope, AND THEY ARE ALL AROUND US! So, I am really enjoying watching my own children discover the elements, atoms, and everything that goes along with them. To aid in this process, I decided to prowl the web for element themed coloring pages. But my search proved to be unfruitful. Disappointed but determined, I decided to make my own. One page for each element, and here are the first three: Hydrogen, Helium, and Lithium.
(Along with the coloring pages, we are also reading an incredibly awesome and beautifully illustrated book called The Elements (By Theodore Gray), and putting four elements a day (one for each kid) on our giant periodic table.)
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