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Learn more about DNA and how it is the building block of life. You will zoom in very close to the body and discover what goes on in your cells to make DNA.

Puppies do not stay with their parents as long as humans kids stay with theirs. It is important that litters stay together for about three months. During this time the young dogs drink their mother’s milk to get all the proper nutrients to grow. Puppies also learn how to be good dogs from their littermates. They play and socialize.

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Making Connections


Have you ever seen a litter of puppies? Did they look alike or different from one another?


Have you read any other books about genes? If so, did you learn anything different in that book?


Do you think it’s good that everyone looks different? What would the world be like if people all looked the same?

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