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Science Options for Homeschoolers

by Julie Shepherd Knapp, copyright 2006


Science curriculum, kits, games, books, and free online resources --
for all types of learners...


How Do I Teach Science at Home?

What do we do about high school Biology, Chemistry,
and Physics?


High School Biology and Lab  (hot off the grill !)


K- 12 Science Curriculum and Lab Resources
Curriculum, Units, Modules, Worktexts, Tutorials, and Lesson Plans

Science Unit Studies
weaving science into other study areas

Audio-Visual Approaches to Science
multi-media, videos, and computer-based resources to make science fun,
interesting, and fast-paced

Hands-On Learning for Science
kits, experiments, games, and other "learn by doing" resources

Science Textbooks
specifically for homeschoolers and those used in traditional schools

Studying Science thru Literature
fun and entertaining books that bring science to life

Online Science Enrichment
Fun and educational websites and online games

Self-Directed Learning in Science
websites and online science magazines that promote independent learning

Environmental Studies
specific resources for learning about and protecting the environment



Related Issues

TryEngineering.org -- explore career options
Earth Science World -- explore careers in the geosciences
Society for Integrative and Comparative Biology -- explore career
options in biology
Chemistry.org -- explore careers in chemistry
Purdue Department of Physics -- careers that rely on physics
American Medical Association -- explore careers in health

How can employers can attract girls into science, engineering and
technology? from Loughborough University, UK
Women in Science by Philip Greenspun -- a look at why more women
aren't in science careers... the interesting conclusion -- because scientists
are mostly stuck working at universities for really low salaries...

The "Knack" -- short video clip, engineer humor ;-)
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