Top Trumps by


Top Trumps by

Elements Top TrumpsTM is an entertaining, fast-paced chemistry card game. With eye-catching imagery and fascinating facts about the elements, it's a great way to have fun and learn about the elements. Recommended for children aged 7-14, the game can be played by two or more players. Each of the 30 cards represents an element. Players compare numerical properties of the elements (melting point, density, price, discovery date and the size of the atom) and choose the category they think will win. Elements Top Trumps is created by the Royal Society of Chemistry in partnership with Winning Moves Ltd, the makers of Top TrumpsTM. This product is sold in packs of six. Individual purchases are also available.

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23rd July 2014



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