1.) Color the s block area pink.
2.) Color the p block area yellow.
3.) Color the d block area light green.
4.) Color the f block area orange.
5.) Draw an X in the boxes that represent the unreactive elements like this
6.) Draw a diagonal line (from upper left to lower right) in the area that represents the very reactive nonmetals.
7.) Draw a diagonal line (from upper right to lower left) in the area that represents the very reactive metals.
8.) Draw a purple capital letter R with a circle around it at the location that represents the element with the
largest atomic radius.
9.) Draw a blue capital letter I with a diamond around it at the location that represents the element with the
highest ionization energy.
10.) Draw a dark green capital letter E with a triangle around it at the location that represents the element
with the highest electronegativity/electron affinity.
11.) Outline in black the boxes where metalloids with more nonmetallic properties are located.
12.) Outline in red the boxes where metalloids with more metallic properties are located.
13.) Draw a star in the location that represents the most metallic element (or most reactive metal).
14.) Draw a heart in the location that represents the most nonmetallic element (or most reactive nonmetal).

**Doing this correctly will aid you in studying for your Unit 5 test. This summarizes the bulk of the information covered. REMINDER: You will not have a Periodic Table to use during your Unit 5 test.**