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Are the kids curious as to how things work? The Budget Homeschool Science section provides terrific resources to satisfy the needs of curious kids! We've included many interactive Science links -- everything from anatomy to zoology.

So close that dusty old Science book and bring Science to life. Virtual Science is both fun and exciting, your children will simply love it. Show your son or daughter just how much fun a Science project can be and they won't be able to get enough.

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    • Virtual Frog Dissection Kit Version 2.2by David Robertson Ages: 10 - 18This award-winning interactive program is part of the "Whole Frog" project. You can interactively dissect a (digitized) frog named Fluffy, and play the Virtual Frog Builder Game. This game tests your knowledge of the 3D spatial relationships between the oSubjects: virtual, classroom, dissection, students, digitized, frog, game

    • Anatomically Correct: The Online Cat Dissectionby Think Quest Ages: 12 - 18You can dissect a cat, learn about multiple features of its anatomy, and then test your skills on the material you learned. Teachers can also print out worksheets and other materials!Subjects: cat, anatomy, dissection, diagrams, live video, quiz

    • Cow's Eye Dissectionby Noah Wittman Ages: 10 - 18At the Exploratorium, we dissect cows’ eyes to show people how an eye works. This Web site shows photos and videos of a dissection. If you try this at home, wash your hands after the dissection. Wear latex gloves if you have cuts in your hands.Subjects: dissect, cow's eyes, sclera, cornea, anatomy

    • Classroom Dissection and Wildlifeby Earth Talk Ages: 10 - 18Frogs eat more than their weight in bugs every day. Farmers the world over have long relied on frogs to keep crops pest-free, but a lack of frogs in recent years has led many farmers to switch to pesticides. Concerns about this prompted India to ban frog Subjects: virtual, science lab, activities, resources, dissect

    • Virtual Pig Dissectionby Earl W. Fleck, Ph.D. Ages: 13 - 18Requires Shockwave. Before entering the Virtual Pig Dissection, you should know that clicking the link will open up a new browser window that will look different than the window you're used to seeing. This has been specifically designed to do this.Subjects: dissection, study guides, anatomy, quizzes, vocabulary

    • Dissection of the Real Brainby Keith A. Johnson, M.D. and J. Alex Becker, Ph.D. Ages: 15 - 18This is an information resource for central nervous system imaging which integrates clinical information with magnetic resonance (MR), x-ray computed tomography (CT), and nuclear medicine images.Subjects: virtual, dissection, brain, atlas, neuroimaging, cerebrovascular

    • The Adventures of Herman the Wormby Ron Wolford and Greg Stack Ages: 5 - 9Hey kids! I said head to toe, but I don't really have a head like yours. But I do have a head end, the fancy word is anterior. Please remember that it is really different from the tail end, called the posterior. Just imagine how you would feel if someone said they could not tell the difference between your head and rear end (it's so embarrassing, and I get a little sensitive about that). Subjects: anatomy, worms, segments, temperature, earthworms, nitrogen, quiz, hearts, reproduction, digestion, fun

    • Virtual Owl Pellet Dissectionby Jody Hildreth Ages: 10 - 15Owls, like many other birds, eat their food whole. Since birds do not have teeth, they can't chew their food. They use their strong and sharp beaks to rip their prey apart.Subjects: birds, owls, dissection, digestion, video, food chain

    • Virtual Frog Dissection Quizby Regina Bailey Ages: 10 - 15Think you know all there is to know about frog dissections? This virtual frog dissection quiz is designed to help you identify internal and external structures in the male and female frog.Subjects: frog, dissection, anatomy, vocabulary, quiz