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The Periodic Table Project – An Artistic Version of the Periodic Table

Screen Shot 2012-12-12 at 6.15.38 PMThe Periodic Table Project is a free iPad app that puts an artistic spin on the Periodic Table of Elements. The Periodic Table Project was a global project developed by the University of Waterloo and 3M. The project gathered drawings from students around the world. Each element is represented by a student’s drawing. Click on a drawing to learn about an element. All of the standard information about the element that you would find on a standard periodic table is included in the Periodic Table Project app.

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Information about the students whose drawings were used are included in the app. There is also an explanation of each drawing and how it represents an element.

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This app is free. The app is appropriate for any student that needs to reference the periodic table of elements.

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2 Responses to “The Periodic Table Project – An Artistic Version of the Periodic Table”

  1. On December 14, 2012 at 4:20 pm Jeanne Reed responded with... #

    What a cool project! Maybe even having students use the ShowMe or Educreations apps to narrate their element graphic would be amazing to see and hear. Thanks for sharing!

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