The Elements Puzzle

Elements Puzzle

If you enjoy science and you find that you have some time on your hands this summer, maybe you’ll want to give The Elements Puzzle a shot. Featuring 1000 puzzle pieces, this jigsaw puzzle gives you a visual exploration of every known atom in the universe as you piece together your own periodic table…based on the 2009 book by Theodore Gray

Think the periodic table is too puzzling? Crack the chemical code with the Elements Puzzle. Based on Theodore Gray’s beautiful photographic table of elements, this fun and educational game is a visual wonder to behold. Each 1000-piece jigsaw is made of sturdy stock and measures a whopping 36 x 16 inches. The picture-loaded Elements Puzzle lets you “piece together” the names of the elements with what they look like or whom they’re named after. As a classroom teaching tool or family project, the Elements Puzzle is pure Au. Made in U.S.A.

  • Age Recommendation: Recommended Ages 10+
  • Materials: cardboard, paper, ink
  • 14.13″ L x 10.13″ W x 2.31″ D
  • This puzzle contains 1000 pieces.

Puzzles are a great way to keep your mind sharp on a rainy summer day and your eyes will thank you for taking a break from staring at that computer screen 🙂 You can purchase the Elements Puzzle at Uncommon Goods for $17.95 and at from about $8… You can get the book for about $13 at as well.

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