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Click and Clone

Click and Clone Students can explore the science of cloning by clicking on Mimi, a brown mouse. Necessary ingredients and tools appear on the screen and each step is graphically provided along with accompanying sounds. Students can move the petri dishes around and explore the process using a
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Click and Clone


Students can explore the science of cloning by clicking on Mimi, a brown mouse. Necessary ingredients and tools appear on the screen and each step is graphically provided along with accompanying sounds. Students can move the petri dishes around and explore the process using a microscope. At the end of the process, you will have some baby mouse clones.

University of Utah

• Learning Games • Audio • Pictures and/or Illustrations


• Middle School Elementary School

Tonya Nkhata

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