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- A Beka Science: grades 1-6
- AC Home: Science
- Alpha Omega Science LIFEPAC Curriculum, junior and senior high
- Apologia's Exploring Creation Series (elementary grades)
- Behold and See K: Exploring Nature with Stories, Activities, and Nature Walks
- Behold and See Science Series
- Binder-Builders for the Science in History Series
- BJU Press Science series
- Blossom and Root
- Building Foundations of Scientific Understanding
- Christian Liberty Press: God's Creation Science Series
- Classic Science Curriculum
- Considering God's Creation
- Discovering Intelligent Design
- DIVE Science Courses
- Elemental Science Classic Series
- Elementary Anatomy: Nervous and Respiratory Systems
- Exploring Creation with Marine Biology, 2nd Edition
- Exploring the Building Blocks of Science Series
- Focus On Science Series
- Foundations of Science Series
- Generation Genius science video lessons
- God's Design Science, fourth editions
- Great Science Adventures series
- Learn Science Conceptual Academy
- Master Book Science courses for grades 3 through 8
- McRuffy Science
- Mystery Science
- Nancy Larson Science
- Noeo Science Curriculum: Biology, Physics, and Chemistry Courses (grades 1-8)
- Novare Physical Science: A Mastery-Oriented Curriculum
- Physical Science (A.C.E.)
- Physical Science (BJU Press) Fifth Edition
- The Rainbow Science
- REAL Science Odyssey series
- A Reason for Science
- Robinson Self-Teaching Home School Curriculum
- Rod and Staff Science
- Science and Living in God's World series
- Science for Young Catholics series
- Science in History Series
- Science in the Atomic Age
- Science in the Kitchen: Fearless Science at Home for All Ages
- Science: Order & Design, second edition
- Sonlight Science H: Conservation, Robotics, and Technology
- Sonlight Science J
- The Story of Science
- Study.com for Homeschool
- Supercharged Science
- Truth in Science
Science Web Links
- 5 STEM Lesson Plans to Teach Forces of Motion
Five free lesson plans provide instructions for a balloon car; a paper roller coaster; a two-stage balloon rocket; parachutes made from tissue paper; and homemade cars that are used to learn about force, mass, and acceleration.
- 84 easy science lessons you can do at home
This page posted by Darren Bagley of Michigan State University Extension has some great ideas that are simple to use, especially if you're new to homeschooling or are trying to interest children in science.
- Common Sense Education
Common Sense Education has a section titled Ed Tech Ratings & Reviews that hosts teacher reviews and ratings for online games, websites, and apps. The site is free with no registration required.
- Free (mostly) online STEM resources
Baylor University's online education department has posted a page with some great (mostly) free, online STEM education resources. Go to “How to Identify Effective STEM Activities for Children” and scroll down to "Nine Quality STEM Resources Online."
- Geoscience Teaching Resources
Free activities from national parks for teaching geology.
- MIT OpenCourseWare free AP test prep
MIT OpenCourseWare has free AP test prep for Biology, Chemistry and Physics.
- Online Learning Fun With Physics
At Online Learning Fun With Physics, Maryville University has groups of links to other educational websites (free) with topical lesson material and/or videos on physics topics under the headings Motion, Heat and Thermodynamics, Light, Electricity and Magnetism, and Gravity.
- Python Essentials kit
The Python Essentials kit teaches the fundamentals of Python using real-world projects. This is a self-paced interactive platform for ages 13 through 17. It should be great for those just beginning to learn Python. It should take about 8 hours to complete.
- Sky Lights Blog
Dan Heim hosts a weekly blog (advertisement free!) that should be helpful to homeschoolers at junior high level and above. Topics addressed are generally from astronomy, meteorology, and earth science, often determined by current events. Search "Browse All Posts" for brief interesting coverage of many topics, often with links to vetted sites.
www.HookedOnScience.org is the website of noted science teacher Jason Lindsey that features a huge archive of relatively simple experiments for free.
- www.teachwithmovies.org - Science
www.teachwithmovies.org provides free detailed lesson plans for various science topics that use clips from videos. You need to obtain the videos yourself. It also lists feature films that relate to science topics but with no lesson plans.