So you love to play music, but you’re no Beethoven, or Elton John, or Jimi Hendrix, or anyone who can be considered even remotely talented. What do you do? You join the Chicago Cacophonic Orchestra. It’s all about having fun and following your passion – even if you missed the talent train.
(This is not the same video that is on the blog post I linked to above.)
For some reason, I thought it would be a good idea to participate in the Blogging from A to Z Challenge. If you want to see the other 1,800+(!) blogs, check out the list here.
This product was so much fun to review! e-Science from Supercharged Science makes science fun and interesting. Aurora Lipper is literally a rocket-scientist who manages to make science concepts easy for everyone to understand. Her step-by-step videos guide you through setting up the experiment, and then you can use the text of the lesson to explore the “hows” and “whys”. After you’ve played for a while.
If you’re using another curriculum or wonder how e-Science will fit into your state’s standards, they have a fabulous resource on their website, where you can find out how this program can work for you. They do not teach creation science in any form, so whatever your views on evolution, you need not worry that e-Science will be teaching something you do not believe in. Continue reading →