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5 Reasons to Teach High School Science

5 Reasons to Teach High School Science
5 Reasons to Teach High School Science Parents sometimes look to me to reassure them it’s OK not to teach science in high school. The bad news for them is, it really is important! The good news is, I will show you how to make it as painless and enjoyable as possible!When pressed, I give five strong reasons to face the situation and teach science. Reason 1: Science is required for high school graduation Almost all...
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Guest — Lee
Unfortunately, that's how it works with Amazon - however we do try to keep our prices very low, and it's only $2.99 in Kindle vers... Read More
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Guest — Yvonne
I follow you facebook page and was really excited to see you giving away this book on kindle, unfortunately though this offer is o... Read More
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Science Options Outside the Box

Science Options Outside the Box
This post contains affiliate links. If you click and buy I make a few pennies, but not enough for a latte. Your child has already taken biology and chemistry classes in your homeschool. What kind of science options outside the box can you come up with next? Unless your child has excelled in math, physics may not be a good option. High school physics is very math-based, and unless your child has completed pre-calculus, I don't recommend...
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Guest — Annette
Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Veterinary Medicine offers a Homeschool Vet Certification Program that can be used as Animal Scie... Read More
Saturday, 23 January 2016 19:06
Guest — Assistant to The HomeScholar
Good info, Annette! Thank you for sharing. Blessings, Robin Assistant to The HomeScholar
Monday, 25 January 2016 15:50
Guest — Penny Bowser
Great article. I just wanted to mention that you don't need a telescope for Signs & Seasons & it will still be considered... Read More
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Homeschooling Middle School - Making Science Fun

Homeschooling Middle School - Making Science Fun
The goal of middle school science is to make it a fun topic that children will want to continue when they get into high school.  There are so many ways to make learning fun, it's almost hard to list them all! My 7th grade daughter is looking for some FUN science - not just busy work. I wondered what you would suggest to whet her appetite more than I am doing now. We have been using...
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Guest — Amber
Jennifer, I'm so glad you brought up 4-H, especially in science! There are so many great programs and projects focused on science... Read More
Wednesday, 27 October 2010 07:45
Guest — Jenifer
Lee, You touched on 4-H as a resource. I would like to add to that. I am a huge proponent of using 4-H in homeschooling. You might... Read More
Monday, 25 October 2010 08:24
Guest — Kriss Trent
http://www.homeschoolscience.com The first sentence on their web site is "Make science your children's favorite subject." Even t... Read More
Monday, 25 October 2010 06:40
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