Blood Types

In class the past couple of days we’ve been discussing human blood types. We talked about the four major blood groups and the difference between positive and negative blood. Tonight students are working through some questions about the percentage of people in the United States who have each blood type. For those who didn’t get the question sheet in class today, here is a link to the questions, click on the image to bring up a full screen version of the questions:

Blood Type Questions

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7 comments so far

  1. bUBBLEgUM on

    I think blood is one of the coolest thing ever so can’t wait to learn mare

    Always Ashleyโ™ฅ

  2. Joy! on

    i did the homework!! it was extremely interesting and i loved the article about donating blood in sydney australia. =) this is cool. ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. Afro Samari on

    I think that this i very important if we decide to become a docter or a scrub.Also it’s good that we are learning this now if we get those jobs. :0

  4. Afro Samari on

    The homework was kind of challenging but i like this subject better than the other one’s so far.

  5. Afro Samari on

    That article about donating blood to sydeny australia was interesting i really liked it> ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Kayleigh :) on

    Hi!
    I did the homework and it was accually instresting and fun! ๐Ÿ™‚

    -Kayleigh H.

  7. Christina! ((: on

    You know you miss me, Mr. Williamson. (:
    I miss seventh grade soooo much!
    Haha,
    – Christina (your favorite student, of course)


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