Keith Enevoldsen‘s “Periodic Table of the Elements, in Pictures and Words” is a must for parents and one of the many reasons I love the open Web. He has created an interactive version of the Periodic Table as well as downloadable/printable versions of the image-based Periodic Table and a text-based version.
Keith Enevoldsen’s Periodic Table of the Elements
I hadn’t heard of Keith before I saw Laura Milmeister’s tweet this morning but I’m really glad I did. My son is interested in science and while he is still too young to have started learning chemistry at school, I have a feeling this will really come in handy when he does.
— Laura Milmeister (@Consumeister) November 8, 2016
Enevoldsen’s resources don’t stop there. He has a collection of great resources on a range of topics on his Think Zone site which are worth checking out. I can’t comment on their veracity but I’m pretty excited that they exist.