Can you send me the Biology schedule in a format that I can change? No. The Pdf format is all that I can give you. If you need an editable schedule, please visit www.donnayoung.org.
Can you change the schedule form for me? No. See above
Is subscribing for DonnaYoung.org worth it? Yes! I get most of my forms from her site.
Where do you get your supplies?
Textbook and Solutions from Rocksolidinc.com I do not buy the CD, Audio, or Flash Cards, but I do know they have helped some students. It depends on your needs.
3-ring notebook – 1″wide, for graded lab write-ups – Where ever it is cheapest.
Basic Lab Form – Donnayoung.org ! I’d rather use a Meade Composition book, but that doesn’t work when we meet only once a week. 2015 and beyond I have the students type them up.
Plain paper for sketches – Office Depot
Colored pencils – Cheapest place
Dissecting Tool Kits – HomeScienceTools has great prices on dissecting tool kits. They also have great prices on individual pieces.
Styrofoam Meat Trays I prefer the meat trays you get in the meat department at the grocery store. The only reason I like them better than the dissecting trays is because of the cleaning and after awhile they get really stinky. We get the meat trays free from Winn-Dixie and Publix grocery stores. I double the trays for the frog.
Where do you buy your specimens? worm, crayfish, perch, frog ordered from Carolina.org 2016 – Carolina no longer ships the perch to your resident. This year, we are going fishing. 🙂
Why don’t you buy your specimens from Home Science Tools? You can find that answer here. Tools, I’ll buy. Specimens, no way.
Do you reuse your scalpels or replace them with a new blade after each specimen? We use new blades. After breaking four “used” blades on the perch in previous years, I have decided we should use new blades for each specimen.
Isn’t that expensive? It only costs $2.00 for a package of ten.
How do you dispose of the specimens when you are done? Aren’t they harmful to the environment? The specimens are not classifiable as federal hazardous wastes and do not represent a biohazard. After they have been displayed to the co-op members about to have lunch, the specimens go right into the dumpster.