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Geography and geology was my favourite, I always found them interesting.
originally posted by: verschickter
a reply to: CornishCeltGuy
What did you like the most while helping your son with the homework?
I enjoyed physics, biologic, math and computer classes because I could learn something new here and there, too.
Other ones like technical working (building stuff from wood, metal and electronics) he pretty much excelled on his own. I have a picture of my eldest son holding a (unplugged) impact drill with a grin from face to face, I think he was about 3 years old.
I totally get you with patterns, maths was like magic to me, it's why I did chemistry at uni, physics was magic but I could enact formulas in the lab and prove it, physics was sorcery to me.
originally posted by: BoneSay
originally posted by: GreenGunther
I never did my homework.
Projects and essays sure.
Had extra classes for scienece and maths.
I often copied Mondays homework from a friend and showed that to teachers the whole week through if they were checking homework.
They were to daft to make sure it was the correct ‘excersises’.
Ain’t nobody got time for that nonsense.
It got words and math or stuff, just what the teachers crave
Projects are cool, if you don't get the bloodsuckers attached