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Pine-Richland Middle School students use old-school and high-tech skills to build molecules

Posted on June 06, 2017

The article that ran in the Tribune highlighted how a local Pittsburgh middle school chemistry teacher adopted use of Happy Atoms in his classroom. The teacher relates how he believes the chemistry modeling set combines traditional and innovative ways to learn chemistry, and how he even used the set during "Take Your Child to Work Day."