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  1. Just a heads up for anyone who was waiting, Clover Valley Chemistry opened up March 1st for Registration. We are looking forward to this class next year, we've heard such great things:)
  2. So... Since it was snowing like crazy here yesterday and I couldn't do much of anything, I decided to put together something for high school chem (plus it involved organizing and collating information, which I love - I'm weird like that). I'm going to take up the first five posts of this thread (if I can do this properly) - the second post will be a listing of regular chem courses, the third post will be honours (or honors if you're not Canadian or British) chem courses, the fourth post will be AP Chem courses, and the fifth post will be for other chem resources. Please feel free to add more to this thread - I thought this could be the "chemistry support group" thread that was mentioned previously. :) Please note - these lists are by no means exhaustive. I know I missed many resources but I thought this could be a starting point. Please feel free to keep adding! If anyone finds any mistakes or disagrees with me on anything, please speak up! :) Because I'm coming from a Canadian teaching background (specifically Ontario), I wasn't terribly familiar with the Regular/Honours designation for chem. It seems to me that it roughly lined up with what we would call Grade 11U (university-bound) Chem for Regular and Grade 11U+Grade 12U Chem for Honours so I based my judgments on whether a course was reg or honours chem based on that (if the provider didn't explicitly state which one it was). AP Chem is AP Chem no matter where you are. :) I thought about leaving out the "Secular/Christian" category - it usually doesn't make much difference in terms of content for chemistry - but I thought folks might like to know anyway so I put it in. When I say "Christian", I'm usually meaning Protestant Christian unless I state otherwise. I also have all this info saved in a PDF document so if anyone would like it all together, just PM me and I can send it to you.
  3. I am looking at Fascinating Chemistry as a possible component of my child's ninth grade chemistry education. I would love to hear from someone who has used it. Was it worthwhile? Was it enough? I am likely pairing it with Life of Fred Chemistry and/or The Great Courses Chemistry. And we may do a separate lab program.
  4. Ds is probably not going to finish Discovering Design with Chemistry by Dr. Wile in one school year. It may take him a couple of months into the following school year. (I could have him finish it over the summer, but I'm trying to be realistic here. We typically don't get much done during the summer.) I'd like for him to be able to sit for the CLEP or AP Chem test after next year. Is there anything (preferably secular or not overly religious- Wile was fine) he could complete in a matter of 6-8 months which would prepare him for this? I'm considering Thinkwell AP Chem, but it has no lab component. He will need proof of labs for the colleges he's considering (STEM major.) It needs to be under $300 total.
  5. I just noticed that Khan Academy now has a subject called "AP Chemistry". Since we are about to start that course again with the twins, I am wondering if it is helpful in the following ways: As part of the course? As drill for the AP Chemistry exam? In other ways? TIA for any and all feedback on this tool!
  6. Does anyone have any experience with this class or this instructor? https://debrabell.com/product/introduction-chemistry-physics/ We have had excellent experiences with their French classes, but that was because the teacher was super. Anyone taken this before? Thanks!
  7. Hi. I'm Kris Langman, author of the Logic to the Rescue series. I'm currently writing the fourth book in the series and I'm taking suggestions for topics to cover, both in this book and in the rest of the books in the series. (I'm planning six to seven books in total). For example, a reader asked me to include some info about the Linnean system of classification, so I added info about this to the the third book, The Bard of Biology. Suggestions can be about logic, math, physics, chemistry, and biology. I'll try to include as many suggestions as possible as long as they work with the story and plot. Thanks! I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Kris Langman
  8. So... ds is enjoying the lectures & doing ok but even taking notes & printing out a copy of the lecture notes he does not have enough info on some subjects. It seems some of the lectures are either moving very quickly or anticipating a higher level of background info than he has. I think he'd benefit from a good text that he could use to read along with the lecture topics. Anyone have a favourite? If there's something that people love as a good primer at this level - does not have to be full curriculum because it would be just to supplement the lectures - , pls chime in & tell me what to buy :) thx!
  9. Hoping for feedback regarding the Veritas Press: Scholars Academy High School online programs. Thank you for sharing your experiences & help.
  10. Hi Everyone, It looks like we slightly re-thinking our plans for Chemistry this year. Has anyone used (or have any feedback) the this kit? http://www.thamesandkosmos.com/index.php/product/category/science-kits/chem-c3000 We really appreciate any feedback on it. Thanks,
  11. I've finally decided on using Zumdahl Chemistry for next year. Yay! Making the decision is half the battle :) It is between Introductory Chemistry and World of Chemistry. It really depends on where I can get both the textbook as well as a solutions manual. So far, the only places I've seen them is on Amazon, and other versions on EBay. If you've purchased Zumdahl Chemistry, whatever version you used (much to my dismay, there are several !!), could you share where you purchased? Just want to make sure I check out the different sources first. Thanks!
  12. This is the textbook used by WTMA chemistry, and it gets mixed reviews on Amazon. What are your impressions of this text?
  13. Dd is interested in participating. I have no idea where to begin. Has anyone participated and can get me started? Dd is taking AP chemistry right now. Where can I get her signed up? Do I need to organize a competition? What kind prep does she need to do? Thanks!
  14. Saw on Jay Wile's blog this morning that he has a high school chemistry text slated to be released this fall. http://blog.drwile.com/?p=13366 It was sparked off by his poor view of the third edition of Apologia's Chemistry and feedback he had from others about that text. I bought a second edition used earlier this year after hearing the bad press about the third edition. Interested to see it, although it seems a real deadline rush to put together a whole text. Erica in OR
  15. Has anyone tried the new Galore Park Science for Common Entrance: Chemistry book? My DS loves chemistry, and this looks both clear and colorful, as well as completely up to date, since it was just published in 2015. Any thoughts? How easy it it to implement? I see there's an answers book, is that what I can use to teach from? I don't want to put random parts of programs together, want it completely secular, and want an at least middle school level of chemistry instruction. I haven't used Galore Park before, but we've already gone through several elementary-level chemistry programs (he doesn't quite have all the maths yet for full-blown high school chemistry texts). Hence our desire for a middle school level chemistry program that's relatively easy to implement, straightforward science, and hopefully interesting. http://www.galorepark.co.uk/Product/9781471847103.aspx Anyone tried it yet? Or even seen it?
  16. So I'm trying to come up with an introductory chemistry and physics program for my 6th grade son. My idea is for it to be a good hands-on year but with enough information to pull him into the topic, with either living books or videos or something. I thought about doing one semester each, but that's not set in stone. I also thought about doing the year in trimesters and doing chemistry for the first one, physics for the second and a unit on using the microscope for the third. I may just be trying to pack too much stuff in, though. For Chemistry, I thought about using The Elements by Ellen McHenry for the beginning. But don't know how I'd schedule it. Would I go slow? would I go ahead and use Carbon Chemistry as well? Or would it be more beneficial to use another text to go with it? What are some awesome books that we shouldn't miss to add to it? I've looked at Guest Hollow's schedule and a few others, but don't have a library around (we live overseas) so it's hard to come up with lots of extra books. For Physics, I like the look of Exploration Education, but that takes a 36 weeks to complete. I wasn't really planning on doing a whole year of one topic. But that's the idea, to do science and not just read about it. But since I'm not sciencey it has to be easy on the teacher. Again, what books would give that to him or do you have any other suggestions? So, any one who has a heart to help a fellow mum, and has been in my shoes or is really good in science, please share with me your wisdom! Thank you!
  17. It is my understanding that Landry uses Spectrum Chemistry for their high school chemistry class. I thought they used to use the Spectrum lab components & ship them as part of the cost of the class -- thus making taking Spectrum through them much cheaper (if you have cheap generic credits) than buying the lab stuff from Beginnings Publishing directly. Does anyone have a kid who is taking Landry's Chemistry class this year or last year who can confirm this? I heard a rumor that they've changed the lab component recently. Anyone?
  18. You can view info and sample pages on z-twist books. I already ordered mine :) It looks like a full year of high school level chemistry and would just need a lab added like the Home Scientist chem lab kit or something.
  19. I'm planning chemistry for 2 next year. (1 wants to be a nurse and 1 wants to be an engineer) This year they used Kolbe Biology. They learned alot, but I think it was on the boring side for them. I started with living books with their biology and then realized it was too much and completed the rest of the year with just Kolbe I want to use living books with their chemistry next year. (Napoleon's Buttons, Disappearing Spoon and a biography) I do not want to overload them (that seems to be my nature) Does anyone have recommendations? I already have the MicroChem Kit (practically new) I need something that is somewhat laid out with quizzes and or tests. I have looked at (but not sold on any) Spectrum Chemistry Apologia Chemistry Conceptual Chemistry Real Science 4 Kids Chemistry (but only counts as 1/2 credit) I know there is a big Chemistry tab on the main page. But, I thought someone might be able to give insight to a good curriculum that can go with living books and not be over the top on workload.
  20. The Well-Trained Mind (2004 edition) recommends the Smithsonian Microchem XM 5000 Chemistry set for 7th grade chemistry. Does anyone have experience with this or with other packaged chemistry sets? They are not cheap, so I'd like to have some more feedback before I purchase one. I'm also curious if the later edition of The Well-Trained Mind recommends anything different. Thanks so much! Laurel Stevens mom to Elisabeth (11 yrs) and Henry (8 yrs)
  21. Dear Forum Folk, We hope you have found The Well-Trained Mind and these forums to be excellent resources for your home schooling efforts! We’ve been in the classical education business for over 15 years, providing homeschooling families with high-quality, ground-breaking resources that combine the best of the classical tradition with innovative teaching methods. In fact, more than half a million parents have successfully used the curricula, book lists, and methods of The Well-Trained Mind to teach their children at home. Now, we’re excited to bring you the second academic year of the Well-Trained Mind Academy, with experienced instructors to further your ability to homeschool your children at middle school and high school levels of learning. We’ve listened to our customers who feel they would benefit from access to instructors for advanced or technical subjects. Explore our online course offerings to discover exciting new options for your family! Over 25 full-year courses and 13 single-semester electives. Special focus on written language, small class sizes, and instructor feedback. New electives offering music theory, Socratic discussion, spoken rhetoric, and grammar. Pre-Registration for the 2015-2016 Academic Year is available only until April 14th, which entitles you to the steepest discounts we will provide to the general public! Simply visit our site for a list of courses, and pre-register today! www.WTMAcademy.com Contact Us: 844-986-9862 Why the extension? Many have asked us about monthly payment plans. We’re finalizing a system that will allow families to make automated monthly payments on tuition, rather than having to pay the full amount up front. It's almost ready to go, but still needs thorough testing. So we’ve decided to delay general registration until that payment-plan testing is finished.
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