Mom to Aly Posted July 4, 2008 Share Posted July 4, 2008 I'm thinking of chemistry here. Background--my daughter is very advanced, especially in reading, and we have done major reading of science, no real experimentation, but I can't really afford any. I would have to get this gradually, need to know what I really need--I'm not intending to teach her Latin, I took it for derivatives only, not whole language, I don't really want to do that to her, but I am teaching her French. Also, my dad was a nuclear physicist, quantum mechanist, for those who are familiar with it, with 2 phd's, 3 master's, and she seems to have that type of gift. She adores science (opposite of me, although I was always good at it), so I can help her with it, but it isn't my fave. Any opinions and if you could tell me what the diff books are, that would be great--I saw there is a cd, but my comp and printer aren't great, so if there is a book equivalent, that would be wonderful. I asked about other science programs earlier, but didn't find one that seemed quite right. If you know of another that is better, please lmk? Thanks! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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