[aisle] genetics resources

Leslie Compere lccompere at comcast.net
Fri Apr 17 09:41:51 CDT 2020

I don’t know if this helps but the American Museum of Natural History has a site for kids and they have a whole page on genetics. It is geared toward elementary and middle. It may be too low…



Leslie Compere, MS


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Can anyone recommend resources for middle school students to use on a genetics research project (cloning, genetic conditions, genetic engineering, etc.)?  I'm struggling to find information that is current but not written at a such a high scholarly level.

Mrs. Katie Contreras

School Librarian

Emerson Middle School 

Park Ridge-Niles SD 64




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