Periodic Table Battleship
- Supplies Needed: Printed/Laminated Periodic Tables, Folders/Stands
If you’re at least 25 years old and over, it is very likely you grew up playing the Battleship game with your friends. It rose in popularity in the late 90s and early 2000s. A crappy movie even came out involving the idea years back. The idea normally was to guess where the battleship of your enemy was by asking them about specific sections on your map.
Periodic Table Battleship is very similar. The only difference is that instead of using codes or coordinates, you’ll just substitute them for Periodic Table Elements. For example, instead of saying A8, you’ll go with the element and its atomic number. In this case, we’ll go with As 33, which is Arsenic. You’ll just stack them up like the real Battleship game and play as normal.