Meet the Woman That Helped Discover the Structure of DNA!
Rosalind Franklin, a British chemist, virologist, made significant advances in the study of DNA and viruses.
Create a scene from Franklin’s lab complete with DNA structure, Photo 51, gas mask, and the scientist herself.
- Items list: Rosalind Franklin figure, Photo 51, DNA double helix model, gas mask filter
- Ages 6+. Children under 8 with parent help
- Estimated project time - 2 hours
- Supplies needed: Scissors and glue
- Fine motor skills
- Following multi-step directions
- Attention to details
- History and Science
- Building character with Rosalind Franklin: curiosity and perseverance
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