Monthly Archives: November 2009

Science . . . Again

As I continue in our science studies this year, I can’t help but think about next year. I already know I’m not going to continue to use God’s Design, even with the new (full color) design because the Physics level … Continue reading

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Three States of (what) Matter

At the beginning of a recent science class, I was reviewing what we have learned recently. I started with, “The three most common states of matter on the earth are . . . ” I paused, waiting for the kids … Continue reading

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Science Quiz

After much deliberation, I choose to purchase Answers In Genesis’s God’s Design for Chemistry series for our science this year. As it is designed for Grades 3-8, it is a bit of a stretch for our young family. I figured … Continue reading

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H1N1 or the regular flu?

I was listening to the top doctor in the state I live in talk on the radio the other day about the H1N1 flu. She promotes vaccines and is highly respected. I can’t remember her title, but she’s theĀ a medical … Continue reading

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