Students at the University of Hull have populated a Minecraft world with structures of proteins, chemicals and even some chemical history.
Using this world students will learn to:
Differentiate between atoms/elements and compounds/molecules.
Recognize that atoms in molecules are represented by different colors.
Recognize carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen and sulfur in a molecular model.
Be aware of the large variety of both artificial and natural molecules.
Understand that proteins are very large molecules constructed from smaller molecules called amino acids.
Visit the MolCraft lesson page for more activity ideas.
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