Adults take note – textbooks are boring and kids would rather spend their time battling enemies, blowing things up with bombs, and giving their opponents lead poisoning. So says Anshul Samar, the 13-year old founder and chief executive of a Silicon Valley gaming startup Elementeo. “We inject fun into education,” he explained – talking about his new fantasy role playing board game which he believes will change the way kids learn chemistry. The game combines competition and carnage with the properties of the periodic table of chemical elements!
Sure sounds like a better way to learn chemistry than the way I did!!
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