I hated science as a kid. Not as much as history, but still… not a big fan. It was strange because math was my best subject and teachers were often baffled why I struggled with what should be a complimentary subject. It was because I didn’t like the method of teaching. If Genius Games had been around back then and I had a game to help me learn, it would have been a different story. So we’re excited to be able to offer one lucky SahmReviews reader Ion as our Day 33 prize!

Check out the other educational gift suggestions in our S.T.E.M. Toys and Games Gift Guide then drop Genius Games a note to let them know you appreciate their participation in this year’s Mega Giveaway. You can connect with them on their website or Facebook or Twitter.

100+ Days of Giveaways – Day 33 – Ion Game

32 thoughts on “Mega Giveaway Day 33 – Ion Game

  1. We love games. We homeshool our four kids and games make it alot of fun. We use documentaries and work books and do experiments in our kitchen. We recently did surface tension with paperclips and milk and food coloring.

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