|main page for the online guide|
|the sections in grey are the Parent Overview notes and answer key.|
|finding the dewpoint - this was a surprsingly huge hit!|
"Wow! Look at the thermometer! It's really dropping!"
|What effect does temperature have on air pressure?|
- clear step-by-step layout for each lesson
- hands-on activities for science every lesson, not just once in awhile
- I loved that practically everything was included in the weather kit!
- more than one activity, and often more than one option for completing an activity, given for each lesson. That left it open-ended enough for us to skip a section on a grammar concept that I thought was too easy for Kennady, or to choose the most appealing from a couple of ideas for a science project.
- student could work independently for the majority of the study.
- we had no problems at all with the online guide for The Hobbit, but I definitely prefer the physical lesson guide!
- the book by Brian Cosgrove contains some references to billions of years in the section on "climate change" that annoyed me, but at least the discussion of so-called global warming stayed within the realm of "some people believe".
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