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Louis Pasteur Anyone? ~ I Need Your Help!


In learning about Fermentation today, Dawson really got into Louis Pasteur and said that he thought he was really cool. Of course, as a homeschool mom, my thought was, "Well, then let's not move forward and, instead, study him some more." I mean, if your child shows an interest in something, especially a microbiologist, don't you just want to park there for a while?

But, I don't have any direction on a lesson plan.

DOES ANYONE HAVE A GREAT LESSON PLAN ON LOUIS PASTEUR, OR IDEAS FOR HOW I COULD BUILD ONE?

I do not want to waste this awesome opportunity.

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  1. http://www.teachervision.fen.com/tv/printables/TCR/1557344930_70-71.pdf

    http://www.teachyourkidscience.com/courses/

    http://www.lessonsnips.com/docs/pdf/louispasteur.pdf

    those are few not sure if you can use them or not :) good luck!

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  2. For Dawson's biology can you tell me if this is the book you are using?
    The Way Life Works

    And does it have the dissection unit and all the things you've done with him in it?

    Or do you have another spine that you use? I've noticed that you use other resources to add to it but I was just wondering if it included most topics as an outline.
    Thanks!

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  3. Thank you for replying on my blog!
    You said," I wish I had more guidance for you. I really build this curriculum completely myself, using The Way Life Works as our outline."

    This is exactly what I wanted to know! Thank you so much for the quick reply! My son is 14 and we tried to do a bit of biology this year (Apologia isn't for us either) and we stalled out. My spine was not what we needed. So I'm thinking of following The Way Life Works as our guide also. But it gets me to thinking that I might even have something already in my stash that I've overlooked.

    Thanks again for your help!

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