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From: Jean - TX (
Subject:         Sonlight Science 6 w/supplies - nearly complete
Date: July 7, 2013 at 10:14 am PST

Science G (6th grade) all books, IG and Science G Supplies kit – nearly complete $100 ppd

missing 2 small Styrofoam cups and ¼ c. glycerin to make bubbles, can get at the pharmacy
$100 postage paid.

This set (copyright 2009) originally sold for around $200, but I bought it used in 2010 for $150, and was able to purchase a set of activity sheets from Sonlight with the same copyright year for $12 (they say contact them to buy old editions - here's the link for the current activity sheets )

Here is the list of exactly what I have:

Sonlight Science 6 IG - good condition, pencil check marks
Evolution: The Grand Experiment
Cool Stuff 2.0 and How it Works
Tops 13: Cohesion/Adhesion
Icons of Evolution DVD
The Usborne Book of Science
Tops 10: Analysis
The Young Naturalist
The Usborne Internet-Linked Encyclopedia of Planet Earth

6SK Science Supply Kit including:
alum pack - 1
Aluminum Foil - 2
Aspirin/Seltzer pack - 1
Candle - 1
Cleanser/powder pack - 1
corn starch pack - 1
plastic portion cup - 7
10 ml cylinder - 1
dropper bottles - 6
glass eyedropper - 4
filter paper - 1
glass slides - 4
clear plastic lid - 4
iodine pack - 1
lime pack - 1
litmus paper pack - 1
sand pack - 1sawdust pack - 1
straw - 1
toothpick - 1
rubber bands - 3
wax paper - 3
balance supplies :
paper portion cup - 2
large rubber band - 1
index card 4x6 - 3
balance instructions - 1
graph paper - 2

In order for the kit to be complete you would need two Styrofoam cups and glycerine (available cheaply at the pharmacy, you use it to make homemade bubbles for the cohesion/adhesion experiments.)
We did use some of the items, but I replaced what we used up, or we used so little there is plenty left.

Email me directly at if interested.

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