Make action potentials easy to understand with our fun game!
Your students can explore how a sensory neurone converts a stimulus from the outside into a signal that is relayed to the central nervous system.
Buy once, print forever!
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 gain sodium ions to create an action potential and race down a sensory neurone to reach the synapse. First player to release the neurotransmitter wins!
This game teaches students about generator potentials, action potentials, voltage-gated sodium channels, sodium-potassium pumps and more!
Developed with biology teacher Jon Hale.
Includes colourful class Powerpoint!
Takes about 15 minutes to play!
Dimensions: 187cm x 22cm / 73in x 9in
Download includes: instructions, colour templates, black & white templates, classroom Powerpoint.
All you need: paper, scissors, tape.
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