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The 13 Commandments?

The 13 Commandments?
Christy sent me a question on facebook:"Why do high school students do biology first? Is there a scientific reason? Is it traditional? Does it have to do with testing?~Christy"Hi Christy,They do biology first because it doesn't require much math!!!Some science folk will tell you that physics should go first (because it's the tiniest particles) and that chemistry should go second (bigger particles and combinations) and biology should go LAST (because of the complex organisms.)  But biology...
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Guest — J W
Yup, it helps, thanks!
Saturday, 17 January 2009 17:23
Guest — Lee
Joelle, Colleges WILL accept non-traditional labs (at least most of them.) The also prefer to see at least one TRADITIONAL lab. ... Read More
Friday, 16 January 2009 12:48
Guest — J W
So, will colleges accept non-traditional "Labs?" How about if you dissect something you found somewhere (think roadkill), or do a... Read More
Friday, 16 January 2009 10:11
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Homeschool Science Lab Writeups

Homeschool Science Lab Writeups
For our science lab notebook we used was a cheap spiral bound notebook from the cheap Target back-to-school sales. You could also use printer paper or regular notebook paper, because the lab notebook isn't about the NOTEBOOK at all!  The science lab notebook is about the kids recording what they did during the science lab.  After reading the instructions from Apologia, I had my children draw a picture or graph of what they did, with a...
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Guest — Lee
Hi Juana, Yes, we did all the labs in each science book. All the critters, all the microscopes in biology - I loved it! Not the ... Read More
Monday, 01 November 2010 16:53
Guest — Juana Ruiz
Hi Lee, I was just wondering if this was all you did for your science lab? Or did they actually dissect any animals?
Monday, 01 November 2010 16:48
Guest — Lee
Hi Julie, I'll answer your question in a regular blog post, so that everyone can benefit from the answer. Great question! Blessin... Read More
Sunday, 23 November 2008 08:46
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