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Students have a chance to immerse themselves in a scientific mystery while learning about atomic theory. Upon entering class, students are given a locked box with a series of smaller locked boxes inside of each other. The students must use knowledge of atoms (protons, neutrons, electrons, Bohr Models, and more) to answer clues. Each solved clue reveals the combination to another lock. Anticipation builds as students race against the clock to figure out solutions to various scenarios involving the building blocks of elements. Working frantically as a team to unlock mystery boxes, students encourage each other to learn about atoms. Imagine receiving a post card in the mail asking you to use a coded message to place atomic elements in order from least to greatest. A message written backwards presents a unique challenge for students determining valence electrons. All of this suspense leaves students wondering what is in that last box!

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Students have a chance to immerse themselves in a scientific mystery while learning about atomic theory. Upon entering class, students are given a locked box with a series of smaller locked boxes inside of each other. The students must use knowledge of atoms (protons, neutrons, electrons, Bohr Models, and more) to answer clues. Each solved clue reveals the combination to another lock. Anticipation builds as students race against the clock to figure out solutions to various scenarios involving the building blocks of elements. Working frantically as a team to unlock mystery boxes, students encourage each other to learn about atoms. Imagine receiving a post card in the mail asking you to use a coded message to place atomic elements in order from least to greatest. A message written backwards presents a unique challenge for students determining valence electrons. All of this suspense leaves students wondering what is in that last box!

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