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Includes a one-page overview of each element, including physical properties, natural occurrences, uses, and more.
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Just for fun -- periodic table songs
My personal favorite, by Tom Lehrer, a mathematician who wrote and performed satirical songs in the 1950s and 60s:
The ASAPScience version contains the elements in order and a tiny description of each element: