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Nuclear Energy: Games

Games

Desktop games are a great way to stimulate interest and motivate kids. Here you will find links to an assortment of interactive games and activities from the Internet for use in your classroom. They cover this topic and can be used in a computer lab, on an interactive whiteboard, or on individual computer systems. There are a variety of skill levels in these activities.

Flash, Java, Shockwave, QuickTime or other interactive plug-ins may be required. Each individual site will advise you as to the needs, as necessary.

Build an Atom

Scientific symbol for uranium

In this interactive game, you will use scientific tools and the atomic structure of matter to build chemical elements.

Nuclear Knowledge

Atom

Test your knowledge of nuclear science with these puzzles and quizzes from the American Nuclear Society. Try out the interactive crosswords!

Power It Up!

Light bulb

In this game, you will supply power to a city by answering questions and placing each part of the power plant. Select "nuclear" and choose the type of reactor. When you complete the task, the city will light up!

Fermi Feud

Atom

Play this nuclear Jeopardy game, named in honor of the young scientist who first achieved a nuclear fission chain reaction.

Radtown

Pieces of a puzzle put together

Assemble jigsaw puzzles in the virtual community of Radtown.

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