Ok, I'm after a chemistry program for my 7 and 9 year olds to use. It could be one of a couple of things:
1. a complete program with chemicals and so forth
2. a book / website of structured experiments to work through
I'm after a fairly structured, progressive course but with experiments, and not dry. I just don't want to sit at a table and read about the great experiments others have done with materials we cannot legally buy :-). My kids like science and are interested in it. I have studied science and I'm happy to fill in the gaps and/or bridge the gap if the program is a little above them.
We've used kits, and done random experiments, tbh we've probably at some time done everything in all those science experiment books for kids, or at least a close variation. I'm after something that will fill in some gaps and be fun.
My ideal would be something like this http://www.windmillweb.co.uk/KIDSTUFF/apprentice.htm which we'll be doing again with them both from September
Thoughts? TIA x