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  • Let's Read and Find Out Science

    Does anyone know if there is a curriculum guide for these books? Thank you.
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by jmterrell on 04-02-2009
  • Evan Moor Scienceworks

    Has anyone used the Evan Moor series Scienceworks for Kids? It looks really interesting, esp. for younger grade science. Marjorie
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by mllock on 09-18-2008
  • Re: WHAT DO YOU THINK?

    chemcindy, we have been using the cyber plato all year! we love it! i just missed digital frog...we were out of town and i forgot to sign up before we left! cyber plato has been great for my giftie because he can move at his own pace! i supplement with edhelper.com. a yearly is about 20 dollars...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by princesshannon2002 on 02-19-2008
  • Re: secular curriculum

    Sorry I didn't mean to hurt your feelings. I am sure your son is a brilliant child! These forums seem so impersonal and sometimes you forget someone is on the other end of a message. I got a meany after me too :) I was severely misunderstood or mis-spoken. Oh well that's the brakes...sorry. Try...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by bcjkab on 02-11-2008
  • Re: Would like your opinion please...

    Try Apologia science, it really works, and the kids love it. It is so much fun, and with your kids being a little older you can do both of them with the same curriculum most likely. The projects are easy and keep them interested. Best of all, the lessons are easy on you. You help them get through a lesson...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by tarck on 02-08-2008
  • Re: Science Curriculum - making it "homeschooly" and great

    Thank you! So glad you agree! We call this the "2 R's." Make it Real and and ask Retired folks for help!! Retired folks in the community have been such a great help to us. Also. . .once they become known for teaching about "eclipses" or "bee-keeping" or "genetics"...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by welearn on 02-06-2008
  • Re: Science Curriculum - making it "homeschooly" and great

    I love what you wrote! You are right on the money : ) When you make it real- everyday you make the memory last forever. The applied science of everyday things around them makes it all more interesting too. Retired people love homeschooled kids, all of a sudden they become an important person in their...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by bcjkab on 02-06-2008
  • Re: secular curriculum

    Didn't say there wasn't room for God- Just would like to teach my son about God, the bible and different Religions -at that- seperately from Grammar, Math, History and so on. In all the Christian based on- line homeschools that I saw so far, had quotes from the bible, sentences about God, and...
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by tonbert on 02-04-2008
  • Re: science stuff :)

    Here are a couple sites that I ran across for science materials.. I know Edmund Scientific (the second one)has been around for years... http://www.learningthings.com/items.asp?Cc=KITS&Bc = http://scientificsonline.com/Default.asp?bhcd2=1200722857
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by Account_Inactive on 01-19-2008
  • science stuff :)

    I'm looking for the web site that sells all the things needed for science projects. We're in the middle of our book, and what we have is having "issues" figure :P thanks, hugs~~kelly
    Posted to Finding Curriculum (Forum) by momma28 on 01-18-2008
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