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In this biology activity (page 8 of the PDF), learners will determine whether they are "tasters" or "non-tasters", test selected individuals from their families and peer group for the trait, and chart
The purpose of this plant biotechnology activity is to demonstrate the effect of changes in the environment on the growth and fertility of landscape grasses and crop grasses such as wheat and rice.
In this activity, learners bake cookies by following different recipes to better understand genetic mutations. Everyone in the group bakes the same type of cookie: chocolate chip.
In this genetics activity, learners create and decode a “DNA recipe” for a dog by randomly selecting strips of paper that represent DNA.
Learners mark their traits for tongue rolling, PTC tasting (a harmless, bitter chemical), and earlobe attachment on tree leaf cut-outs.
In this game, learners cross off or color bingo squares in response to questions about their traits.
In this genetics meets math activity, learners take inventories of their own easily-observable genetic traits and compare those inventories with other learners in groups.
In this bilingual (English/Spanish) activity, learners create family trees by tracing the hands of their family members.
In this hands-on activity, learners track and record the passage of colored "pompom traits" through three generations of gingerbread people.