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Tagschemistry, early elementary, preschooler, science, tween
How many times have you tried to turn learning experiences or mundane tasks into a game of sorts, in order to teach your nerdling something important? If there are too many to count on one hand, don’t worry, you are not alone. It’s a real wonder how easy it seems for kids to memorize all of the secret areas and enemy patterns in a video game, yet somehow it’s simultaneously challenging for them to remember math or science principles. The solution? Integrate those principles in an easy to understand and interesting game.
Recommended for children ages 6 and up, the Molecules Memory game comes with 36 square cards, each of which contains a diagram for a different molecule such as water, or salt. The game is played by memorizing the different chemical compositions of each molecule shown on the card with colorful, easy to read and learn designs. The cards fit snugly in a portable box, so the flash-card-style learning experience can be taken anywhere. Perfect for home use or in the classroom, the Molecules Memory game injects some much needed fun into the early learning of molecular structure, making introductory science easier.