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If you are looking for an interesting website about the Periodic Table, check out The Periodic Table of Videos. This is a site from the University of Nottingham. When you click on an element in the Periodic Table, you are treated to a video clip describing interesting facts about that element. The only drawback I see is that they use Youtube for their video clips. If your school district is like mine, Youtube is blocked by an internet filter.
It is a very interesting site. I am not a chemistry teacher. I avoided chemistry in school. However, I loved going through the elements to learn about each one’s properties and uses.