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Do you know of a good science course that works for LD students?

Need ideas for a science course that works well for LD student.  Student has dystlexia so it would be nice if the program read to the student.  Looking for a fun, easy to use program that is thorough but not overwhelming.  Does anyone have any ideas???  Should be easy to implement.

Thank you,
Sue
In Topics: Homeschooling, Helping my child with science
> 60 days ago

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mschwartz410
mschwartz410 writes:
Hello!<br />
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From my experience working with LD students, the FOSS science series is a wonderful program to implement. &nbsp;The series takes on an inquiry and hands on approach, which is both fun and easy to use. &nbsp;The company sends kits to the school that include all of the necessary resources and labs for each unit. &nbsp;There is also a website, http://www.fossweb.com/index.php, which includes online activities, games, pictures, movies, and a special section called &quot;Ask a Scientist,&quot; where the student can e-mail a scientist his or her questions on a particular topic. &nbsp;I found that the Foss series is a wonderful program for LD students, as well as for all students because of its hands-on approach to learning scientific concepts.<br />
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Check out the following link for more information: http://lhsfoss.org/fossweb/teachers/index.html<br />
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