The question for day 6 was: What is your favorite science curriculum to use?
Comment numbers have gone back down again, to thirty five – none from Forlow, none from Shorey (are you trying to?), but including one that came dead on midnight. A graph of the numbers so far appears at right.
I must admit that this is a use of the word ‘curriculum’ that I am unfamiliar with. You…you can chose to use things like “Origin of LIfe, by ICR” and can call it a ‘science curriculum’? You’re really using a different dictionary over there, aren’t you?
The lucky winner for today will receive a copy of the Science Education Essentials ‘teacher supplement’ Human Hereditary.
On the first day of Christmas, Dr Forlow gave to me…
Some other books
Made in His Image
Big Book of History
And Climbers and Creepers
You may wish to think of it as ‘Heredity’, least you stumble over the syllables. It would have worked quite well as the one for first day, but there’s nothing I can do.
Hello, I’d like a real tree wood and it seems better but here in Colombia is difficult to achieve, we decorate a tree with synthetic crafts made by ourselves, as a cross or Christmas paper decorations, which adorn all as a family and we always fix pending.
It’s not unreasonable to assume that the Spanish version probably makes a lot more sense grammatically. At the same time, I don’t know a word of the language.
Honourable mention goes to Scott Shepherd, who wrote:
REAL Thing. Just like Jesus!