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“Magical Elements of the Periodic Table Presented Alphabetically By The Metal Horn Unicorns” Soft Cover Book & A 26 Card Set of Unicorn-Themed Periodic Table Trading Cards
Encourage Your Child’s Interest In Science with a Fun New Way To Learn The Periodic Table.
Unicorns are magical and so are the elements of the periodic table. Each unicorn acquaints kids with their own unique elemental magic as well as its amazing everyday uses. Alumna starts things out by introducing the very necessary metal, Aluminum, on her element sheet. Dr. Zinko rounds out the alphabet by presenting facts and other fun information about the metal, Zinc, on his. The Metal Horn Unicorns say, “No Metal – No Magic. . .and No Technology”. They are exactly right! Metals and other elements of the periodic table are in every facet of our everyday lives. Take middle grade science from dry and boring to fun and magical with this unicorn-themed periodic table alphabet book and trading cards.
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I never liked science or math. It was hard for me. I would have loved a magical unicorn.
I wasn’t and still am not a huge science nerd which is funny considering I am a para for science teacher who does ALL the cool stuff and still teaches me things.
Yes, science was magical when I was a kid. It still is. And magical unicorns would be great!
I wasn’t really into science when I was younger. I was more into history.
I was a science fanatic! I asked for one of those microscope/dissecting kits for Christmas when I was 8! You would have think I won the lottery when I found it actually under our tree!!! In High School I was even in the Science Club. My daughter isn’t as enthusiastic as I was, but she definitely has that spark! I’m hoping to fan it into a flame!
Science was boring.
This would be perfect for my grandson and me as a retired science teacher
When I was young I liked science and Mr Wizard’s World but then it got boring in school. My kids are still into it and I would love to encroauge them
Science was not one of my best subjects. Both of my grandsons love it though.
Eh, science was boring. I was into unicorns when younger as they were popular at that time.
Hated science in school. But unicorns were all the rage and I had plenty of them! Wouldve been nice to have had a magical unicorn back then to do all my homework for me.
I enjoyed Science but I think it would have been even better with Unicorns!
I always loved science as a kid.
I did love science as a kid but this would have made it better. Now that I am homeschooling, this looks great!!
I liked it as a kid.. still do. Unicorns would have made it more fun.
Science was magical to me as a kid. Injecting fun into it could help others that aren’t into it.