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Apr 16, 2014 - The objective of this game is to have students practice reading a periodic table and determine the number of protons, neutrons and electrons and  ...

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Nov 26, 2018 ... Players compete for the highest score by racing to build various elements from protons, neutrons, and electrons and claiming the corresponding ...

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... a dual-layered deck-building game! Players build Up Quarks and Down Quarks and use Photon (Gamma Ray) cards to form protons, neutrons, and electrons.

orise.orau.gov/resources/k12/documents/harnessed-atom/build-an-atom/index.html

Element · Symbol · Protons · Neutrons · Electrons.

betterlesson.com/lesson/629032/atom-building-game

Teaching the inside of an atom is so much more fun when it's a game. ... they used fuzzy craft balls to stand in for the particles (protons, neutron, electron).

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Game consists of 1 atomic structure board, 2 laminated periodic tables, 2 unique decks of game cards, 60 red protons, 60 blue neutrons, 60 yellow electrons, ...

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Apr 19, 2019 ... Players begin the game with a small deck of quarks and photons, which they'll use to make Protons, Neutrons and Electrons. Players then ...

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... Game by John J. Coveyou. To Begin: Players bind Up Quarks and Down Quarks and use Photon (Gamma Ray) cards to form protons, neutrons and electrons.

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In the Atoms game, students build atoms of increasing atomic size by adding protons ... Topics include: counting protons, neutrons, and electrons; and Lewis dot ...

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Players use their quarks and photons to build protons, neutrons and electrons. They then decide to either (1) place these subatomic particles within the atom on  ...