The newly-updated Periodic Table of the Presidents is now available. It’s the same great mix of style, story, and information, but with added period highlights and political party descriptions.
Key to Success
The Periodic Table of the Presidents is a one-stop-shop for presidential and U.S. history – from George Washington to Donald Trump. Presidents are ordered by their presidential numbers, grouped by historical periods, and color coded by political party. Included in each cell are the president’s name, number, unique name abbreviation, number of times elected as president, and years in office.
Furthermore, the PTOTP shows which presidents have left office prematurely – by assassination, by death, or by resignation. The presidents who succeeded to the presidency are indicated by a “VP” insignia, and the presidents who have been impeached have an icon in their cells as well.
Political Parties & Historical Highlights
New to this version, period highlights spotlight major events from each era. And based on our students’ requests, we have also added descriptions of the political parties and how the major parties have changed over time.
And what about the wars that we’ve fought as a country? The PTOTP shows the major wars next to the president(s) who led our country at the time. And what about voting amendments that have changed our electorate? Those are also shown alongside the elections they affected.
In addition to essential presidential data, the PTOTP shows more trivial information, such as a mountain icon for Mount Rushmore presidents. It also notes the dollar bill or coin that a president appears on.
The Periodic Table of the Presidents is a great way to engage students (and adults) in a worthwhile discussion about our country’s past through the lens of presidential history. If you have any questions or comments, please email us at email@example.com. Also, visit the Shop tab to purchase the PTOTP poster. For engaging infographics and lessons, follow us on Twitter @periodicprez.
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Thank you, and enjoy!
– PJ & Jamie Creek