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DNA Play Gives Kids Mutation Power

Adorable open-ended genetics app gives students mutation power
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Title: DNA Play
Summary:Adorable open-ended genetics app gives students mutation power

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Pros: Students will enjoy observing and experimenting with cute creatures, and there's room to explore topics for future learning.
Cons: With limited play options, older students may long for more.
Bottom Line: Engaging DNA app will keep younger students' attention while they build a foundation of biology knowledge.

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