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Parts of an Atom Song

Here is a song I created to help my 6th grade students study. I hope you enjoy.Let's shoot from the startOf the atomAnd aim for the heartOf the nucleusMade up of neutrons and also protonsPositively charged Protons all the sameIdenticalMass 1 amuAnd they're so smallNeutrons have no chargeComparatively bigBut only a smidge In the nucleus Atoms are of subatomic particlesAnd they are electrically neutral'Cause the electron numberEquals the proton numberAnd the protons in the nucleus - atomic numberThe nucleus is made up of just twoProtons and neutrons together close toBut the electrons scatteredOrbiting in the atom2, 8, 18, 32, are the shell numbers Electrons outsideThe nucleus, negatively chargedIn electron cloudsAlmost zero massSmaller than the restMakes most of volume Isotopes occurNaturallyProtons are the sameNeutrons differentProperties the sameUnstable atomsNucleus changing It's radioactive Atoms are of subatomic particlesAnd they are electrically neutral'Cause the electron numberEquals the proton numberAnd the protons in the nucleus - atomic number The nucleus is made up of just twoProtons and neutrons together close toBut the electrons scatteredOrbiting in the atom2, 8, 18, 32, are the shell numbers You want to know, how forces moveThey're everywhere including within atomsGravity's the weakestParticles too smallishFor gravity to pull this Electromagnetic forceOpposites attractProtons, electrons, hold together, so tightBut without the strong forceProtons leave the nucleusWeak force is important, neutrons change To protons or electrons Atoms are of subatomic particlesAnd they are electrically neutral'Cause the electron numberEquals the proton numberAnd the protons in the nucleus - atomic number The nucleus is made up of just twoProtons and neutrons together close toBut the electrons scatteredOrbiting in the atom2, 8, 18, 32, are the shell numbers
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