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Old 07-20-2019, 10:10 PM   #12
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Default Re: Science Resources -- Share what you've used

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Originally Posted by marbles View Post
I am looking at this curriculum for my kids this year, but it's so expensive! I can't spend $300 on science alone. I think I spent less on all school books for the entire last school year.
Yes.

I just bought "Building Blocks of Science" level 5 because I can use it for my middle 3 kids. Scaling up or down as needed. Plus I will use it as the basis for the co-op class I'm teaching in the fall.

Plus I will get reimbursed for all secular materials purchased after May 1st. I've always homeschooled on a shoestring. I am pinching myself that I can buy everything I need and many things I want.

I'm combining it with some of the Tiner "Exploring Science" books although those may not be reimbursable even though I haven't encountered anything religious in them, so far. https://www.rainbowresource.com/prod...emoria%29/7434
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