Topic: Element Baby Book Project

Element Baby Book Project

In this project you will adopt an element from the periodic table. Your element is ARGON

As a proud parent of your element, you will create a baby book to remember each stage of your baby’s (element’s) life.
This project will count as 200 points. I will give you time during your Research class to research your element and some class time to work on your book.

All information must be typed; however, this is a hands-on project so you must use creativity, color and pictures when putting your baby book together. You may create your own book using construction paper or use an actual photo album but it is not necessary.

Use https://www.chemicool.com/ to help you complete your project.

Requirements:
(Check each one as you complete it)

Cover Page – 10 points
Name of element and parent name (your name)
Decorative cover

Page 1 – 20 points
Create a birth certificate (element key) and have parents (you) sign.

  • the birth certificate can look similar to an actual element key but it MUST include the information listed under “Page 2” except for Personality.

Page 2 – 80 points
Baby Announcement: Written in paragraph form.
Name of element (Give your element a first name)
Nickname of element (Symbol)
Birth date (date element was discovered)
Birth weight (atomic mass)
Birth height (atomic number)
Race (element classification)
Attending physician (Discoverer)
Gender (state of matter at room temperature)
Place of birth (country of discovery)
Personality (boiling point and melting point)

Page 3 – 15 points
Picture Collage of your baby (picture of element in its natural state)

Page 4 – 25 points
Family Name (group or family)
Brothers and sisters (names of family members) (min. 2)
Draw picture of all family members (Bohr Models)
Address: period (street number) + discoverer’s last name (street name) + lane, drive, circle, court, road, or way (make up your own unique city and state) and density of element (zip code).

Page 5 – 15 points
Picture of your baby as a teenager (Bohr model)

Page 6 – 15 points
Son/Daughter’s (element’s) best friends (name of elements that will most likely chemically bond with your element). Include pictures, scenarios, etc.

Page 7 – 20 points
Career of element (the uses of your element – what your element will become when it grows up)
Picture of career (what your element can be used for)

Remember to:

Complete ALL requirements! Punctuation, capitalization, spelling and grammar must be accurate!

Type of assignment: Academic paper writing
Type of assignment: Project
Subject: Natural science
Pages/words: 3/825
Number of sources: 5
Academic level: Bachelor
Paper format: MLA
Line spacing: Double
Language style: US English

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