Homeschool science can give you some of the most rewarding moments in homeschooling – experiments, strange facts and getting to know the world and everything in it!. These captivating video lessons make teaching your homeschoolers science an exploration and a joy. Fun and interactive, each lesson is broken down in an easy-to-understand set of concepts in videos kids want to watch again and again.
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Earth has got a lot of things going for it that make it capable of supporting life. And we’re not just talking about rocks and dirt. We’re talking about drama. That’s right, Earth has got more drama than a whole year of tabloids. You’ll see what we mean. Click here to read more.
Call it a party. Call it a dance. Food INTERACTS with your body, sometimes for better and sometimes for worse. Before we can improve our relationship with food, we need to understand what food really is. Click here to read more.
From the cell to the ecosystem, SDA Biology teaches students the stuff that life is made of and shows them how it all interconnects. Topics include heredity, DNA technology, human physiology, and more. Click here to read more.
The universe is made of MATERIALS. Whoooaaa. And guess what? Sometimes those materials REACT, and there’s no telling what will happen. Or maybe there is… Click here to read more.
With tips and tricks for navigating the world of the AP Biology test, as well as a speedy and solid review of the subject matter covered on the test, this tutorial will put you on the fast track toward a high score. Click here to read more.
With tips and tricks for navigating the world of the AP Chemistry test, as well as a speedy and solid review of the subject matter covered on the test, this tutorial will put you on the fast track toward a high score. Click here to read more.