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Chemistry for Everyone — a Primer for High School or College Chemistry

www.tuxedopublishing.com Tuxedo Publishing 7827 Wintercress Lane Springfield, VA 22152 E-mail: info@tuxedopublishing.com By Jennifer Nairne     When I envisioned homeschooling my children, I wanted to create a safe and fun environment for engaged learning that inspired my kids to go beyond the traditional classroom restrictions in search of knowledge. It has not always been easy – […]

Logos Science — Serious Laboratory Kits with a Strong Christian Emphasis

Age Range: 7th grade to AP High School Cost Range: $174 to $299 Sample Kit: $50 Subject: Chemistry, Biology, Earth Science, Physics, Life Science Location: Lake George, CO Website: http://www.logosscience.com/ To order contact Precept Marketing at (610)286-2038 or 800-511-2771 E-mail: website form Phone: 866-700-1884 by Janet Esposito Written from a Creation viewpoint, each of the […]

Quality Science Labs, LLC – Science Lab Kits for Middle to High School, including AP

Age Range: 7th grade to AP High School Cost Range: Middle School Topics: $124.95 High School Topics: $137.95 to $249.95 Subject: Chemistry, Biology, Earth Science, Physics, Life Science Location: Lake George, CO Website: www.qualitysciencelabs.com E-mail: website form Phone: 866-700-1884 By Janet Esposito Science can be one of the most challenging subjects to teach in any […]

American School – Accredited High School Curriculum Online

www.americanschoolofcorr.com by Michael Leppert American School, in the Chicago area, is one of the oldest distance-learning institutions in the world. For 118 years, AS has been providing high-quality education to students in 65 countries as well as the U.S. Of course, they were originally a paper-based “correspondence” school – which they still are – but […]

Mr. Wizard – Pioneer of Science Teaching – Mr.Wizard’s Work, Is Alive and Well

http://www.mrwizardstudios.com/ 818-704-9993 Tom & Kristen Nikosey tom@mrwizardstudios.com kristen@mrwizardstudios.com by Michael Leppert It is entirely possible that the tremendous interest in Science and Technology that mushroomed in the 1950s and gave the Space Race some of its best engineers and most avid lay fans, came from one man’s influence. That man was Don Herbert, aka “Mr. […]