Learning chemistry from crayons

Learning chemistry from crayons

Have you ever tried to memorize history facts by making them into a song? Or made up a game so as to trick yourself into thinking that learning is fun?

Etsy shop Que Interesante is hip to these learning tricks and has developed a line of labels for crayons and colored pencils that swap traditional labels for ones that describe its chemical contents. For example, an orange crayon is re-labeled as Fluorine F2 and a turquoise crayon is relabeled Chromium (III) Cr3+.

The shop sells the printed clear labels in the standard packs of 24, 96 or 120 labels to match up with the standard Crayola boxes.

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