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About Sasharowan

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    Homeschooling mom of 4, 3 boys and 1 girl
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    Florida
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    reading, science fiction,
  1. My daughter, the engineer, watched the lectures and took notes, then we either discussed it or she wrote about it. She did the Superstar Student, Forensic Science, Inventions That Changed the World, and Greek and Roman Technology. Oh, and the How Conversation Works one but that was on her own. My middle son listened to Foundations of World Civilization 1 & 2 on audio and then wrote a short 1/2-1 page summary of the lecture. He also did Biology supplemented by labs and discussion, and Broadway Musicals and Element of Jazz as audiobooks just because he is into music and theater. I am current
  2. A block of cream cheese, a can of chipped beef (rinsed and shredded), and some green onion chopped. Mix well and serve with crackers or chips.
  3. I'm not sure of the answer to your question. There is a lot of Algebra used in the program, and it is structured so that a student can learn on his own when the teacher (me) has no clue about Chemistry. The few questions he has had, I have been able to use the teacher's manual to answer. There are chapters on those subjects and they have calculations in the chapter, but if they are what you asked, I'm not sure. The lab kit comes with everything needed, except distilled water, a pan, and a stove. Ds16 hasn't reached that part yet, but flipping forward, he thinks so. HTH
  4. http://beginningspublishing.com/version2/spectrum.htm Spectrum Chemistry is high school level.
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