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  1. I was set on RSO, but discovered ES and it really looks great, so now I can't decide. Could anyone that has tried both share their thoughts of which one they liked better and why? It would be for my very soon to be 8 year old (9/3). We've been using BFSU and as much as I love it, I need something that is broken down into a schedule, with activities and a script. Thank you.
  2. Time Left: 14 days and 21 hours

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    This is the complete set of BJU Physical Science including the complete lab kit. We bought this new, but never wound up using it. The textbook is a bit wrinkled on the back cover from sitting in the closet, but the set is in like new condition. Cross posted and price doesn't include shipping.

    $160

    Orlando , Florida - US

  3. Inspired by the Deep Competition for Tweens and Teens (great for home-schooled kids!) Students take inspiration from a creature from the deep sea and use one of its features to solve a problem on land. To show their idea, they will create a picture, video, diagram or written description of their final design and submit it for the judges (it's a great opportunity for kids to learn about conservation and the deep sea!) You can see the website here: https://inspiredbythedeep.com/. Among other prizes the winner will get the naming rights to a newly discovered species donated by Scripps Institution of Oceanography!
  4. Inspired by the Deep Competition for Tweens and Teens (great for home-schooled kids!) Students take inspiration from a creature from the deep sea and use one of its features to solve a problem on land. To show their idea, they will create a picture, video, diagram or written description of their final design and submit it for the judges (it's a great opportunity for kids to learn about conservation and the deep sea!) You can see the website here: https://inspiredbythedeep.com/. Among other prizes the winner will get the naming rights to a newly discovered species donated by Scripps Institution of Oceanography!
  5. While I adore BFSU, I'm finding we aren't doing science as much as we should this year because of the extensive amount of planning it requires on my part. I'm hoping to switch to a secular science program that is a little more open and go for third grade (2022-23). We are still in Volume 1 and Scientific Connections Through Inquiry isn't releasing the level we need until Spring 2023, which is too late or that would be my choice. Initially, I was interested in Science Fusion, but the homeschool packages are no longer available, and it looks like all the components I would need to purchase will add up to a very costly curriculum. Someone on FB mentioned Elevate Science, and it looks perfect and costs only $68, but I can't find any reviews. Has anyone used this program? What are your thoughts? Could you give me the good, the bad, and the ugly?
  6. Time Left: 1 day and 13 hours

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    I homeschooled my daughter for 8th grade and high school. Because my daughter is a visual learner, we used many, many videos. I'm now looking to pass them along to someone who can use them. Subject categories include Art & art history, World history, american history, science, english, and some miscellaneous things (economics, game theory, etc). They are primarily from The Great Courses, Biography Channel, History Channel and PBS although others as well. There are too many to post here but if you are interested, message me and I will email the full list to you. Most are DVDs (a few cd roms) and all are in like-new condition. Where course guidebooks were included in the materials, they are also like new and completely unmarked. Also totally nonsmoking home.

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    Healdsburg, California - US

  7. Time Left: 4 days and 8 hours

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    Story of Science, by Joy Hakim All 3 books, as pictured Excellent condition, smoke-free home, Price includes shipment by Media Mail I accept payment by PayPal

    $45

    - US

  8. Was finding an example for SKL and found these. They are California edition (California List of Gratis Instructional Materials, publisher website). http://www.mhschool....als/ca/fwo.html "Interactive Textbook (Grade 1-6) Interactive Textbook, Grade 1 Interactive Textbook, Grade 2 Interactive Textbook, Grade 3 Interactive Textbook, Grade 4 Interactive Textbook, Grade 5 Interactive Textbook, Grade 6 Reading and Writing in Science (Grades 1-6) Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 1 Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 2 Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 3 Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 4 Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 5 Reading and Writing in Science, Grade 6 Activity Lab Book (Grades 1-6) Activity Lab Book, Grade 1 Activity Lab Book, Grade 2 Activity Lab Book, Grade 3 Activity Lab Book, Grade 4 Activity Lab Book, Grade 5 Activity Lab Book, Grade 6" ETA: Grade 6 is Earth Science and is not hard to understand for younger children. ETA: The link to South Carolina.. http://macmillanmh.c...als/sc/fwo.html posted by tomandlorih ETA: New link since original links are no longer valid https://www.rusdlearns.net/pdefoe/digitaltextbookresources-adams/cms_page/view/4286166
  9. Every year each of my kids does a large scientific investigation, and it is that time of year again. As I did last year , I will write up what we have accomplished each week, so that you can see true scientific inquiry in action. Often people only see the outcome of a scientific investigation, and it always looks so tidy. This is not how science works as you will soon see with my kids' projects. So last year, my older son won the Regional Science Fair and was so excited that he started planning his next project 2 months later! Here is what I wrote up in October: x-post Coming up with an idea. October. Older ds who is in 7th grade. Well, it has been 2 months since the Regional Science Fair, and my ds is already planning his next project. We are studying chemistry this year, so he would really like to do a chemistry project. This is a very difficult thing to do for a few reasons: 1) How does a 12 year old uncover anything new in chemistry? 2) We have no chemical equipment. His first idea was to determine which chemicals made the biggest explosion. Yes, I am sure most of you are smiling. Not really surprising in a 12 year old boy, but not a great idea from the point of view of my insurance. Plus, not really original. The next idea came from his reading on fracking (which unfortunately for me has a different meaning because of watching Battle Star Galactic .) He read an article in Scientific American and was curious as to why the concrete pipes leak underground. So we discussed testing different kinds of concrete for resilience to seismic disturbances. I knew we could get cement for free, and we have lots of different levels of grit for rock tumbling (we had to buy in bulk), which would allow for a quantitative comparison as we know the grit sizes. So we talked about creating different types of concrete and testing it for strength and flexibility. He could have some fun designing some objective ways to smash or shake the concrete, but I was not clear how he could make any tubes. He also was interested in having it set at different temperatures, possibly under water kept at a certain temp with ice cubes etc. Seemed pretty promising, but he just never took to it. His current idea concerns air pollution. He has noticed that one of the longer tunnels in our town is quite smelly. We have to roll up the windows in the car and turn the vent to internal circulation or we are really gassed out. This got him to thinking about what kind of ventilation existed in that tunnel. We also discussed what else affected the air pollution - number of cars, direction the tunnel faces compared to the prevailing wind direction (we live in a very windy town), and the length of the tunnel. Then, he starting thinking about parking decks. We have some smelly ones and some clean ones. Some underground, some above ground. Some with multiple open walls, some with only one open wall. Some with fans, some without. He starting getting excited about building a M.O.D.E.L.... yes , this is my very mathy kid, and he is very motivated to win the math award 2 years in a row. So next up he starts researching how to measure pollution. CO2, lead, CO, etc. He wants to do it himself rather than send the air samples to a lab. He very quickly finds a site that tells him how to build a pump and where to buy the CO2 kits. They are $65 per 10. hummm. I tell him that he has a $200 budget. Given that I spend nothing on lab equipment, it seems like a fair but generous amount. I told him if he plans to spend more, he needs to dip into his $700 winnings from last year's fair. Last year's project cost us $12 for a new ruler when he left it behind + $12 for a poster board. So definitely a money making venture! I told him that we could go to an exhaust testing station and talk to them. I also discussed with him that he does not have to test for ALL the different pollutants. One could be representative. His current question is NOT: Is there pollution in the different parking decks?, but rather creating a model to explain the different pollution levels. So one pollutant could be representative of pollution in general. But he needs to know the *levels* of pollution for this question, not just if the pollutant is found. We also discussed counting cars going through the tunnels during different parts of the day, and counting the number of cars per volume of space in the different parking decks. Good thing he is starting early! Currently, he is very excited about the pollution question. But he needs to see if he can do the work within the budget. I am not so sure. Really depends on the replication he needs. But there is still much more research he needs to do. Scientists do have to work within a budget, so it is not a bad problem to have from the point of view of replicating real science. Ruth in NZ
  10. Time Left: 1 day and 58 minutes

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    Instructor Guide plus books for Bookshark science 7, complete except one title "Garbage" and activity sheets. Conservation, Robotics, and Technology. 6 books plus guide. Great to do together with multiple ages. 36 week, 4 day schedule. Easy to follow. Postage Paid.

    $60

  11. Time Left: 2 days and 2 hours

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    If your child is interested in space science, I would love to invite you to our interactive online classes. In these classes, students have an opportunity to learn science from a former astronaut instructor/homeschooling mom, side by side with peers from all over the globe, ask questions and wonder about the Universe. Please see the details below. http://www.artofinquiry.net/ Testimonials

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  12. Looking for Jr. & High School Science curriculum recommendations for a gifted child who wants to either become a scientist or mathematician. Would like curriculum to be biblically sound and heavy on the math. Any recommendations?
  13. Time Left: 19 hours and 3 minutes

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    $3 Pop Bottle Science: great condition $5 Janice Vancleave's Earth Science for Every Kid: great condition pending $5 Constellations for Every Kid: Great condition $5 Janice Vancleave's Biology for Every Kid: great condition. Pending All pages in tact. There appears to be no writing in any of these books, aside from a name on one cover. Buyer pays shipping. Buy all four and Media Mail shipping is on me (USA). WILLING TO SHIP TO APO OR INTERNATIONAL

    $5

  14. Time Left: 17 hours and 5 minutes

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    Shipping to be paid buy buyer. These books, with your choice of Math would make a complete Kinder curriculum. The science books all include age level appropriate activities to learn each subject and were much loved by my boys. The phonics curriculum is tried and true, takes about 15 minutes a day, and is easy for new home school parent to follow. Bob Books: leveled phonics readers that help emerging readers fain confluence as they progress. $15 Bob Books Collection 1, includes complete book of reward stickers. Great condition aside from taped up box and wear on two books (see pictures) $16 Bob Books Collection 2, includes complete book of reward stickers. Excellent condition OPGTR: A scripted phonics program that 'holds the parents hand' through the process. Teach reading in 15 minutes or less a day. $5. Ordinary Parent's Guide to Teaching Reading (picture in comments) Science Good condition,curling on cover/used $5. Green Thumbs: A Kid's Activity Guide to Indoor and Outdoor Gardening Good condition/used $8 Everybody Has A Body: Science from Head to Toe Great condition/like new $7. Mudpies to Magnet: A Preschool Science Curriculum: book of science activities/projects by topic. Great condition/like newE MAKE AN OFFER....SEE MY ITHER LISTINGS. ****SELLING ABOUT 17 YEARS OF HOME SCHOOL MATERIAL

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  15. Title says it all! DS is greatly enjoying this book. I want to spend all of next year on biology. What have you seen that I should look at? Thanks.
  16. Does anyone have any good ideas on some really good science curriculum or living books or even, heaven forbid, a boring text book with which my 17 can peruse in order to prepare for the ACT? We have already done all of the Master Books and we have apologia books as well. Still, the practice ACT tests are throwing her off. We would really appreciate any and all suggestions as she is getting frustrated in the area of science. Thanks, momto12
  17. Has anyone, or does anyone know of a place that I can find an index of the Good Eats shows that is organized by science topic? That would be helpful. Thanks, Debbie
  18. 2017-18 Well-Trained Mind Academy registration will end on Friday, September 15th. This is your last chance to enroll your student in fall and full-year courses. Register now! View all course descriptions by clicking here! Register by clicking here! All class times are listed in EST.
  19. 2017-18 Well-Trained Mind Academy registration will end on Friday, September 15th. This is your last chance to enroll your student in fall and full-year courses. Register now! View all course descriptions by clicking here! Register by clicking here! All class times are listed in EST.
  20. Has anyone ever seen or used this Cross-Wired Science curriculum? It's relatively new, I think it came out in 2014. It looks like an AMAZING Christian program that teaches science using lots of hands on experiments, videos, and other stuff. But I can't find any reviews on it. I am very interested in it, but after having bought Super Charged Science and been completely disappointed and overwhelmed with it, I don't want to spend a bunch of money on a program that I can't hear more about from people who have used it. Thanks!
  21. My soon to be eight year-old daughter wants to be a zoologist or naturalist when she's older. My house could be a bookstore and we do have some related books, but I'm looking for favorite suggestions :)
  22. Hello, I am putting together a class for my 9th grader (and some others) for next year to cover the core and standards of WA ELA. I am doing this though from a science perspective so that my student will in fact learn and engage with the course. I am combining Botany and Mythology together to meet said standards required. I am looking for suggestions or resources that are not costly that will help with this process. I have a microscope and a Intro to botany book on its way. The two areas separately are easy enough to teach, but putting them together is where I am having some questions. Any help appreciated. Thanks!
  23. I came across this in one of my facebook groups: https://www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/educators/early-childhood/ It's a 10 month long (or several units if you're just taking some of the units) preschool curriculum (3-5) for free! It looks fun and interesting, also included a pre-history unit for your dino lovers (or pre STOW if you are doing that first). I think I just found our science curriculum for prek-4!!
  24. If your student has used Holt Biology, approximately how many hours a week did they work on it?
  25. Here is a link to a science journal that published peer reviewed science articles (re)written for kids and teens. It focuses on nature, climate, biology, and environment. http://www.sciencejournalforkids.org/
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