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By encouraging your child to draw from what they see, instead of drawing from what they know, you are helping them to explore the details of the world around them.  You are engaging their problem solving and creative thinking skills as well as helping them to develop fine-motor skills

What Can CRISPr Teach Us About Ourselves?

CRISPr gene editing technology has been met with a lot of controversy over whether we should or should not be able to manipulate our own genetic variables. While some CRISPr related news stories have raised ethical questions, some others have simply shed more light on how genes work. A recent study regarding how we handle venomous stings, is shedding light on some pretty remarkable ways that the great big natural world interacts with us at a cellular capacity. Today's Question Your World has it all!