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Thank you for visiting Budget Homeschool. This section of our site provides free resources for homeschooling parents and students on a variety of topics and subject matter. I hope you find these links useful.

While I do my best to keep this list as up-to-date as possible, some websites do fall by the wayside. If you find a bad link, or a link that should be included here, please let me know.

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    • CELLS alive!by Jim Sullivan Ages: 12+A visual tour of cells, bacteria, viruses and their interaction with one another. Cell activities are often controlled by pumps and valves that shuttle ions into and out of the cell.Subjects: cells, biology, cell cycle, microbiology, puzzles, games, interactive

    • Taxonomic Toolkit for Marine Life of Port Phillip Bayby Jim Sullivan Ages: 12+The rich and diverse habitats of Port Phillip are home to a huge array of marine animals and plants. The Port Phillip Taxonomic Toolkit provides information, data, images and tools to help identify, document and monitor the rich marine animal life of this bay. It is the product of collaboration between the Victorian State Government, the Department of Sustainability and Environment, and Museum Victoria. Subjects: cells, biology, cell cycle, microbiology, puzzles, games, interactiveLocation: Port Phillip Bay - Victoria, Australia

    • How To Make a DNA Model Using Candyby Regina Bailey Ages: 12 - 19Making DNA models can be informative, fun, and in this case tasty. Here you will learn how to construct a DNA model using candy. But first, what is DNA? DNA is a nucleic acid that contains the genetic information for the reproduction of life.Subjects: activity, DNA models, candy, nucleic acid, fun, construct, materials

    • Biology Games and Quizzesby Regina Bailey Ages: 12 - 16Biology games and quizzes can be an effective way to learn about the fun-filled world of biology. I've put together a listing of several quizzes and puzzles that are designed to help you further your knowledge of biology in key areas. Subjects: biology, quizzes, fun, games, genetics, cardiovascular, definitions

    • DNA Modelsby Regina Bailey Ages: 12+Constructing DNA models is a great way to learn about DNA structure, function, and replication. DNA models are representations of the structure of DNA. These representations can be physical models created from almost any type of material...Subjects: science, DNA, deoxyribonucleic acid, structure, function, background, projects

    • Animal Cell Structureby Michael W. Davidson Ages: 12+Animal cells are typical of the eukaryotic cell, enclosed by a plasma membrane and containing a membrane-bound nucleus and organelles. Unlike the eukaryotic cells of plants and fungi, animal cells do not have a cell wall. Subjects: animals, cells, anatomy, images, photos, animalia

    • Dr. Fungus Fungi, Fungus, Fungalby Dr. Fungus Ages: 12+Fungi can cause a wide variety of infections. How does indoor fungi relate to human health problems? There are over 100,000 species of fungi. Subjects: fungus, discussion, infections, lab, images, glossary

    • Biology Browser - Free Biology Informationby Thomson Reuters Ages: 12+Biology Browser offers access to evaluated and curated digital resources of interest to the scientific researcher. This is a free database of biology resources and web links. Browse the page and learn about biology topics and more.Subjects: links, images, videos, stories, information, resources, data

    • Science: Biologyby Kids Online Resources Ages: 5+An online directory of resource links to education, homework help, entertainment, games, music, and internet safety. Educational science products, resources, and information for classroom and home study.Subjects: links, science, resource, biology, studies, nature, projects, facts, activities

    • Making Biology Funby JoeAnt Ages: 2+Illustrated recipes and instructions for making hard cheeses, buttermilk, feta, mozzarella, mascarpone, yogurt, ice cream, and other cheese and dairy products. Learn the various methods of natural soap making...Subjects: science, biology, links, downloads, games, activities, learning

    • Hydroponic Experiments for Kidsby Grodan Ages: 7 - 15The experiments are meant as a fun introduction to hydroponics. We suggest that anybody new to hydroponics start with the 'soda bottle' experiment. They will learn what you feed a plant matters more than what the plant grows in.Subjects: science, hydroponic, experiments, kids, projects, math, materials, fun

    • Fungal Cell Biology Groupby Nick Read Ages: 12 - 19Find incredible cellular images of spores, mutants, hyphal fusion, slime moulds, plant pathogens, septation and more. Subjects: fungal, research, cells, images, biology, movies, links

    • Ghost in Your Genes PBS - NOVA by David H. Koch Ages: 12+In this companion web site to the NOVA program "Ghost in Your Genes", read an interview with Dr. Jean-Pierre Issa on the connection between epigentics and chemical tags.Geneticist Randy Jirtle answers questions about how our lifestyles, via epigenetics...Subjects: ghost, genes, investigate, mysterious, biology

    • The WikiPremed MCAT Courseby Wisebridge Learning Systems LLC. Ages: 16+WikiPremed was created to make it easier for an intelligent, motivated person anywhere in the world to become a doctor. For premedical students in the United States, there is no better learning program than the WikiPremed MCAT Course.Subjects: course, science, organic chemistry, undergraduate, physics, biology

    • Monterey Bay Aquarium Aquarium Exhibits - Live Shark Cam

    • Biology - 2002 Features

    • PLoS Biology Open-Access Journal

    • Molecular Expressions Science, Optics and You - Intel Play QX3 Computer Microscope

    • Rawge's Wildlife Biology Quiz