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Chemistry curriculum contest

Wow – great deal!

http://www.freelyeducate.com/2011/12/giveaway-one-complete-set-of-friendly-chemistry-over-100-value.html#tpe-action-posted-6a00e55098fdaf8833015437f2783c970c

Just the thing we’d love for our 7 yr old scientist.  So proud that he got to join the Grade 4-7 class today at e-class for salmon dissection discussion!  Boy loves his salmon, that’s for sure.

 

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Even more free stuff

Hootie Patootie!

We’ve been searching the web for (more) online science resources for our voracious experimenter and this is one we love.  We always try the tele-seminars for free each month – some video content and the sound of nearly 3,000 online/live kids all cheering and enjoying science.  Yay science.

But they’ve linked us up with a few other free offerings – I’m keeping my eyes open for the best ones and when they come through I’ll post them here.

A big of background on Supercharged Science – but only a bit because you’ll see for yourself – but they are all presented by Aurora, a real life NASA rocket scientist!  Not just that but she is charming and engaging and really seems to care that the curriculum is accessible for all ages.  Have a look at the video, download the HUGE book of experiments for FREE and then tell me what you and your kiddies think – would love to know.

http://www.sciencelearningspace.com/members/go.php?r=6197&i=l22

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