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FreeRice.com

The Basics

Site URL: http://freerice.com/#/chemical-symbols-basic/1005
Who: a non-profit owned by the United Nations World Food Programme
What: Trivia questions in a variety of subjects, including chemical symbols
Why: to provide free education to players and rice to those in need
Cost: Free
Log-In Needed: No; logins available if you want to keep track of your rice counts & join groups

Free Rice

The site works by using the money generated from ads on the site (that are only displayed when you get a question right) to pay for the rice. Each correct questions earns 10 grains of rice, and it takes an average of 400 grains of rice  to feed a person for a day. You can create a free login so that you can keep track of your rice counts over time. FreeRice suggests students register as under 14 (even if they are not) to protect their information. For more information on this see: http://freerice.com/teachers

Subjects

By using the “subject” tab at the top you can pick from a variety of subjects. The chemical symbols are a good way for students to become more familiar with element symbols and give back. This is more engaging for students than using flash cards, and it helps those in need. The SAT prep category may also be useful for students who are looking to take this test.