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These websites are primarily collections of web resources to aid in teaching evolution.
There are a wide variety of online evolution simulators for students of all ages, and range from simple demonstrations of natural selection to complex models with multiple variables for students to manipulate. Simulations are listed in order of increasing complexity.
Books for Young Readers
Young readers will learn how a British naturalist named Charles Darwin studied nature and developed his now-famous concepts of natural selection and survival of the fittest, and how modern-day science has added to our understanding of the theory of evolution.
Life on Earth by
In this remarkable book for children, Steve Jenkins explores the fascinating history of life on earth and the awe-inspiring story of evolution, Charles Darwin's great contribution to modern science.
Our Family Tree by
Complete with an illustrated timeline and glossary, here is the story of human evolution as it's never been told before.
Bone by Bone by
This entertaining picture book will keep readers guessing as they learn about how our skeletons are like--and unlike--those of other animals.
Books for Tweens/Teens
Charles and Emma by
This biography of Charles Darwin explores the conflicts he faced in developing his theory of evolution, which mirror many of the debates between science and religion that continue to this day.
The Stuff of Life by
A graphic novel that introduces readers to genetics and evolution.