Why do some children look so much like their parents and other do not? Students randomly select a sperm cell and an egg for a potential child. When the simulated fertilization occurs, the resulting baby is compared to its parents. A second child is similarly formed, and the two children from the same parents are compared. Students will be amazed how different the two children are from each other and from their parents. This simulation will make “real-life” genetic appearances more logical.
Super Value Kit is complete for 30 students working in pairs. All materials are reusable.