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- Science Curriculum Reviews
Find out what other families are using for K-8 and high school science, biology, chemistry, physics, and other science
classes. The database of resources is organized into secular and relgious curricular options.
- Discover This Learning Units
Free mini-science units you can implement over 1-5 days. Great for the family interested in child-lead learning
but isn't sure where to start. Discover This learning units, from our sister-site Everyday Learning
take a chance encounter or random observation from life and weaves it into a dynamic learning experience.
- Fairy Penguins
No, they're not magical. They're just adorably small.
- Optical Illusions
What you see isn't always what you get.
The nitty gritty about this environmental science problem.
- Angel Wings
- or why you should never, ever feed bread to ducks at your local pond.
- Life Cycle of a Butterfly
Read this **before** taking a caterpillar home to watch it spin a coccoon and transform into a butterfly.
- MacLeod High School Biology
Free online syllabus for a high school biology course. Comes with assigned readings, assignments, labs, links, and even the answers to the tests.
- MacLeod High School Chemistry
Free online syllabus for a high school chemistry course. Lots of working links to video clips that complement the week's readings and assignments.
- Science Contests
More than just a science fair, we've got some amazing national science competitions open to homeschoolers.
- Homeschool Inspiration
Homeschool moms who have made it through the K - 12 journey share their thoughts, fears, and hard-earned words of wisdom.
October 23, 2017
E-mail: Hand In Hand Education
Last Updated October 10, 2017