Monday, October 1, 2012
Microbiology and Microorganisms for Kids!
You don't have to have a microscope to learn about microbiology and the role of microorganisms. Microorganisms may be tiny, but they are extremely important to living things. Important to life on Earth, microorganisms are play a significant role in the nitrogen cycle and act as decomposers in several ecosystems. Microorganisms call food, plants, humans and many other things home. Without a microscope and with this engaging game, learn about bacteria that live in decaying leaves, diseases, moldy fruit, yeast in breads, bacteria in yogurt and salmonella in uncooked food. Take some time to sort the different types of microorganisms and enjoy this fun science game for kids!