Students will practice Incomplete Dominance with Plastic/Easter Eggs! This fun, hands on activity has students analyzing what the parent genotype & phenotypes are (using a provided color-code chart). They then have to predict the outcome of the genetic cross. Students record their results on the data table. They will then open their egg to check their results.
My students love doing this activity every year. I recommend using some sort of plastic manipulative (beads, buttons, cubes, etc...) in the eggs rather than candy. But, this can be done with candy you just need to prepare enough eggs for every group ahead of time.
A great lesson to do year round, but especially fun around Easter/Spring Break time. I keep the eggs on each lab table in a small plastic Easter basket - students love walking in and seeing the Easter baskets around the room. They are instantly hooked!
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