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Students Explore Evolution Through Evolution Readiness Project

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Photo of fourth-graders using Evolution Readiness software.

Fourth-grade children working with the Evolution Readiness software.

Credit: Paul Horwitz, Concord Consortium.


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Computer screen capture showing which types of plants grow in which flowerboxes.

Children discover which types of plants grow in which flowerboxes.

Credit: Concord Consortium


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Computer screen capture showing that different plants can evolve from the same common ancestor.

Children discover that different plants can evolve from the same common ancestor.

Credit: Concord Consortium


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Computer screen capture showing that rabbits compete for a limited number of plants.

Rabbits compete for a limited number of plants.

Credit: Concord Consortium


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Computer screeen capture showing plants and animals adapting to changes produced by a dam.

Plants and animals adapt to changes produced by a dam.

Credit: Concord Consortium


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