Clearly laid out and beautifully illustrated, my Doodle Notes are perfect for reviewing sex-linked traits!
Your students will LOVE working through these, with fun tasks including sketching chromosomes, shading in Punnett Squares, completing speech bubbles and more. With 4 practice problems, they are great for ensuring your students are confident in working out the inheritance of sex-linked traits.
There are multiple versions for easy differentiation. Use the scaffolded fill-in-the-blanks version to support students, or the open response version to challenge students. And the color version can be used for digital assignments with a PDF markup tool like Kami.
My Doodle Notes are low prep – just print and go! They work great for reviews, sub plans, homework assignments, and test prep. There is a completed example to model the Doodle Notes for your students, or let them check their answers.
- Inheritance of sex
- Sex-linked traits: examples, why males are more often affected than females, how to show genotype, Punnett Squares practice problems.
My Sex-linked Traits Doodle Notes include:
- 4 illustrated pages in the following versions:
- Black and white
- Color – assign digitally with a PDF markup tool, e.g. Kami
- Scaffolded fill-in-the-blank versions* – to support students
- A completed example
- An answer key presentation – Google Slides & Powerpoint options
- And a handy teacher guide
How do I use the Doodle Notes?
- After checkout, you can immediately download the Doodle Notes
- Then you’ll choose which version you want students to use
- Simply print one set of notes for each student
And that’s it, your lesson is ready to go!
Would you love to have Google Slides activities for this lesson? You can get them and my doodle notes in my Sex-linked Traits Bundle for extra value!
Please note: This resource is a digital download – no physical product will be shipped. My Doodle Notes are secure PDF files and are not editable. *Two of the four pages are not scaffolded as they are practice problems. Doodle Notes is a trademarked term used with permission. Please visit doodlenotes.org for more info.
You can’t pour from an empty cup. Grab this set of Doodle Notes and take some time for yourself today – you deserve it.