Liquorice and Midget Gems – or a Double Helix DNA Molecule?

Today, we made a DNA molecule from liquorice sticks, midget gems and tooth picks. As you do. I hated science at school. I am loving learning science alongside the boys as a home educator. Science can be fun – who knew?!

DNA

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5 thoughts on “Liquorice and Midget Gems – or a Double Helix DNA Molecule?

  1. RossMountney says:

    Brilliant!! Love it! And I so appreciate you visiting my blog – especially when I rarely seem to manage to do the same favour for others, says she guiltily! All the very best. x

  2. Janie says:

    Exploring as a family is priceless.

  3. katechiconi says:

    I think even I would have loved science if it had been presented this way!

  4. Kay says:

    I used to teach science particularly to kids who were struggling at school – making it fun got them engaged. Wish I’d known about this one!

  5. Ben Naga says:

    Very creative and oddly amusing.

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