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“My 8-year-old daughter has not studied any chemistry yet, but really enjoyed this one,” said Tripp
Gingerina
15 jan 2016 11:24

The classic Battleship just got way geekier! Karyn Tripp, a homeschooling mom-of-four, turned it into a fun way to teach her kids chemistry. Players have to circle rows of two, three, four, and five elements to mark their ships. Then, they play by calling out coordinates. The aim is to find the elements first.

The classic Battleship just got way geekier! Karyn Tripp, a homeschooling mom-of-four, turned it into a fun way to teach her kids chemistry.

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Science Nerd Tattoos
Dottie Pineapple
05 sep 2013 17:52

Ever wish that you could take your Science Nerdyness to the next level? Well these people have by taking their favorite science interest and tattooing it on them. Tattoo a practice dated 5,200-years-ago, was originally applied by a sharp stick and ink, now has become $2.3 billion annual business in the U.S. To give a perspective of how common tattoos are, National Geographic stated, 15% of Americans were tattooed translating to approximately 40 million people, published in April 2000. Carl Zimmerl, a well established published science writer and blogger asked his geeky internet audience to share their science tattoos, to publish Science Ink. Below are some of his collection.

Ever wish that you could take your Science Nerdyness to the next level? Well these people have by taking their favorite science interest and tattooing it on them.