Teaching high school science to homeschoolers can be a bit intimidating. Even for parents who are comfortable with biology, chemistry, and physics, recreating the lab experience at home can be daunting. Here are some resources you can use to teach high school science.
If you want a no-muss, no-fuss outline for high school science, Glencoe.com has great online resources meant to be used in conjunction with their textbooks, but they are also great for stand alone study.
High school ace also serves as a great outline, complete with numerous links to useful sites that help you teach and demonstrate science concepts.
I like and use hippocampus.com to teach my high school student science. The courses are video based and very easy to follow. Students can take notes during the very visual lessons and you can use any number of standard science textbooks in conjunction with these videos.
For labs resources there is a government website, Student Online Lab for Science Stuff, that is a huge database of labs, science project ideas, and experiments. This site deals with alot of real life issues such as energy conservation and recycling.
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