This resource comes with three worksheets involving monohybrid crosses. In order to successfully complete these worksheets, students need an understanding of how to solve Punnett squares and know the definitions of dominant, recessive, heterozygous, homozygous, genotype, phenotype and purebred. Read below for more details about each worksheet.
Students read descriptions and solve Punnett squares to identify each monster’s genotype and phenotype. Then they color the monsters accordingly. A second version of this worksheet gives easy differentiation by providing the allele pairs next to the Punnett squares. Both versions have the same questions and answers.
This worksheet is similar to worksheet one but has different questions and monsters. A differentiated worksheet is provided.
Students get more creative in this worksheet by choosing the monster’s parents’ genetic makeup. Then they solve a Punnett square to find each monster’s genotype and phenotype. This worksheet does not come with a differentiated version.
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You might be interested in adding these related genetics resources to your unit:
--Genetics Vocabulary Practice Package
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--Differentiated Genetics Worksheets with Famous Monsters
--Genetics and Heredity Stations Activity
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