This Bloom's ball is a creative way for students to showcase their cumulative knowledge of what they've learned about DNA and heredity. It's great for an end of the year activity or it can be used as a performance assessment at the end of a quarter. The printables include pre-typed directions on each face.
Students should have prior knowledge of Punnett squares, transcription and translation with DNA, the composition of DNA, how amino acids are synthesized, the process of meiosis, and mitosis, different forms of selecting traits, heredity disorders, how to read a pedigree chart. alleles and chromosomes, phenotypes vs. genotypes, and the importance of genetic diversity.