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Old 08-12-2019, 05:07 PM   #17
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Default Re: Astronomy for High School

Just for the info, you might consider downloading the sample of middle school astronomy from Real Science 4 Kids. It might work. You could bump it up to high school level with a research paper or two. Upside is you'd have labs and a teacher's edition. Downside would be cost and I doubt you'll find it used because it's only been out a few years.


It's toward the bottom of this page. Focus on Middle School sample chapters.




https://gravitaspublications.com/get...arted/samples/
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