The Amoeba Sisters
Everyone pitches in for protein synthesis! Here are three types of RNA helping your cells make proteins. Be sure to check out all our science GIFs here for your studyblrs, teacher websites,...
Infographics Submission Website | Cool Daily Infographics
SUBMIT YOUR INFOGRAPHIC Welcome to Cool Daily Infographics At Cool Daily Infographics we are passionate about design, and we absolutely LOVE infographics. We want to be a go-to source to show our site visitors some of the best data visualizations found on the web. We
-A middle school student from Colorado October 30,2014 There are definitely codominant traits in people. But having two different colored eyes is not one of them. This heterochromia happens for different reasons (click here to learn more). You a
Genetics ~ Create a Baby Lab
Have your students "Create a Baby" based on specific dominant or recessive traits! The Create A Baby lab can be used during any unit on genetics, all that is needed are some pennies and colored pencils. Students will "create" or draw a baby based on traits acquired through chance. This lab is very...
Easy Enzyme Experiment: Potato Catalase
Catalase enzyme formed the bubbles in the two tubes on the right. The tubes contain extracts from beef muscle, kidney, and liver from ...
Genetics Problems and Activities for Biology Interactive Notebooks, Warm Ups, and Bell Ringers
Genetics is the name, and warm ups, bell ringers and interactive notebook pages is the game. This idea is on fire in my standard biology classes! I admit that my students were dubious (at best) at first, but now all are on board, and I am loving the daily routine. I would call what I am doing a "warm up notebook." The short review that each page provides for my students each day is proving to be invaluable. But there are so many other uses for these activity pages. They make fantastic…
Asexual and Sexual Reproduction
This video is geared towards middle school science students. It goes over the basics of asexual and sexual reproduction and discusses a few state exam quest...
Cellular Respiration Lab: The Use of Glucose in Cellular Respiration
Cellular Respiration Lab: The Use of Glucose in Cellular Respiration. This inquiry-based lab allows students to discover how yeasts use organic molecules as a source of energy and give off carbon dioxide as a waste product. Make your biology class more appealing and exciting by incorporating a var...
Modern Genetics | Nitty Gritty Science
Each STUDENT OUTPUT activity enables students to process the information given by the teacher then allows them to use self-direction to apply their new knowledge. The engaging activities always vary in order for all students to use and benefit from different learning styles. NOTE: This product is part of the. Life Science Interactive Notebook – The COMPLETE Bundle for the ENTIRE YEAR which is aligned to the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS).
Punnett Square Practice -10 pea plant examples + enrichment & challenge activity
Have students practice Punnett squares using the classic Gregor Mendel pea plant examples! 10 examples using traits from Mendel's plant research are given, then early finishers have the opportunity to create their own examples for other students to complete. Lastly, a challenge project is included!
NO PREP Punnett Square Activity - Dot Game Review!
This is a super fun game for practicing Punnett Squares in your genetics unit! Students use strategy and their knowledge of Punnett Squares to gain the most points and win the game. NO PREP! Print and go!The game board describes three traits of a fictional Alien species - Blue skin (B) is dominant t...
5 Best Printable Punnett Square Worksheets
Science lessons in school usually have a Punnett square topic in the learning syllabus. Punnet square is known as a way to find out the results of crossing based on the developing genotype.
The Air You're Breathing? A Diatom Made That
Tiny diatoms are beautiful, plentiful and surprisingly mysterious when teasing out how they evolved and why they may share many of their genes with bacteria.