Teach evolution and natural selection with our exciting game!
Evolution is explained in an engaging way with this fun board game. Players each have an island with a population of animals. The population is reduced by selective pressures and boosted by advantageous alleles. Whoever has the largest population on their island when the first player goes extinct, wins!
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Perfect for use in class or for distance learning at home!
First, your students make the game from the colourful parts. Then they play the game.
Players roll the dice to see what effect different selective pressures and adaptation alleles have on their population.
This game teaches students about genes, alleles, selective pressure, natural selection, the role of chance and more!
Takes about 15 minutes to play!
Dimensions: 25cm x 18cm / 10in x 7in
Download includes: instructions and templates.
All you need: paper, scissors, tape.
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