Real Science is Easy
It’s easy to teach someone real science. In fact, children are already primed to learn real science. Kids are natural explorers and with every step onto green grass, the taste of something sweet, or a piqued interest in a curious sound, they are learning about the world around them. Real science is not much more […]
Real Science is Fun
We often hear from parents and students that science is boring, dull, and uninteresting. Many of us have had experiences in school perhaps even falling asleep as a teacher or professor presents what could be interesting information in the most tedious and dull way possible. We sit through the class because we have to, but […]
Kids want real science
Kids learn at an astonishing rate, and from the time they are born, they begin to absorb everything around them. Kids are curious about the world they live in, and as soon as they can, they start asking questions. They want to know how plants grow, where butterflies come from, why the sun is warm, […]
Can “real” science wait until high school?
When we are out attending conferences and chatting with parents, teachers, and school administrators, we are often asked if it is better to start teaching “real” science in high school. We believe that the best time to start learning real science is when the child starts asking questions about the world around them; like what is […]
What is “real” science?
Have you ever read a blog article about a fool-proof diet or miracle cure “recommended by scientists” and wondered if it were true? Have you ever been told by a “science expert” about an amazing product that will make you look 20 years younger? Have you ever purchased a product or followed a friend’s advice […]
We have been delighted with the curriculum and have already recommended it to a number of people. We are all learning so much and it is so clear and easy to understand. I am an RN, and this is the clearest teaching in chemistry I have ever seen. I wish that I had been able […]
“I wanted to share something pretty exciting about your Chemistry II book! My son, Davey, is a student at New Mexico Tech in Socorro. He is taking chemistry this semester, and it is his very first exposure to the subject, ever. He’s a pretty smart guy, and has had no trouble with algebra, trig., calc., […]