Published : Friday, June 7, 2019 | 4:02 PM
Marshall Fundamental Students play the game Compounded during Chemistry Classes, special thanks to the Pasadena Educational Foundation’s (PEF) Teacher Grant Program.
According to Ms. Christine Gunnell, The objective of the game was for students to compete to be lab masters by making the most compounds before having their lab destroyed or create an explosion. Each student had a personal workbench paying close attention to Compounds and making the best deals with their fellow lab mates.
Students also had access to periodic table element flashcards and a card game Ionic to create compounds.
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