Eggmosis – Teaching Selectively Permeable Membranes with Eggs. Because of the inner membrane underneath the shell, an egg is a perfect tool when teaching students about selectively permeable membranes. This demonstration takes seconds to set up and can be left out for a few days for students to observe.
Using gummy bears to teach genetics! This would be much faster than growing Mendel's sweet peas! Not to mention, super cute and fun! Will have to bookmark this so I can use it when we cover dominant and recessive genes!