I think it's encouraging that a thread on science, especially chemistry, has more followers than the whole high school board itself.
I know that picking out a chemistry course can be tough enough, paying for it can be even more difficult in this economy. I have a 2006 Holt Chemistry text that is in excellent condition, that I am happy to send on for the price of shipping. Just pm me if you are interested.
Also, while I was searching for free lesson plans to link to the Holt text, I happened across this site with a whole bunch of resources. I am losing track so if someone has already posted this, my apologies: http://www.nclark.net/Chemistry
Ms. Clark's site has a fun lab safety video.
Maybe we'll eventually convince everyone on the forum that chemistry is the BEST of all the sciences!!! (Ducking rotten fruit and garbage now...)
So I'm wondering...
Folks have been adding links and reviews to the thread like mad - it's awesome! Should I copy and paste everything into the original lists that I posted or should I just leave it be? I didn't want to just go ahead and copy and paste other people's contributions into the original lists 'cause I thought then it would seem as though "I" were trying to take credit for all of it. But then I didn't want all the great info to be lost in the thread if it got long (and I know the search feature on the forum is a bit wonky since the change-over).
Any thoughts on which way to go?