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I'll make sure we look at DNA from a variety of things. Thanks for the video link!


We like the hands-on stuff, but ds is a big reader, too, and would be happy to have more to read on his own. We don't want workbooky-stuff.


I found a link to Cold Spring Harbor's DNA Lab: I had totally forgotten about them. We used to live near there and had visited a LONG time ago. If we can manage it we'll have to go back for sure! Here's the link in case anyone is interested: http://www.dnalc.org/resources/ This should give ds a lot to study.


What sort of curriculum resources are out there for older grades? A pp mentioned not knowing about lower grades.


Thanks again!

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