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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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    • Environmental Kids Clubby U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Ages: 6+The EPA Environmental Kids Club is our Web site for kids. We'll help you explore your environment and learn how to protect it. We've got games, pictures, and stories. Do you want to make the earth a cleaner place to live? How can you help to protect the air, water, and land?Subjects: activities, climate change, acid rain, recycling, science, games, chemicals, household safety, detective training, children, education, resourcesLocation: Nationwide

    • EEK! Enviromental Education for Kidsby Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Ages: 8 - 14All over the world, people are planting trees in their yards and in their communities, caring for them, and learning about their value. Here in the United States, we call this tree planting festival Arbor Day. In other lands, you may hear it called Arbor Week, Tree Holiday, or Tree Festival.Subjects: activities, ecology, Critter Corner, teach ecology, science, Arbor Day, Earth Day, plants, animalsLocation: Wisconsin

    • Planet Protectors Club for Kidsby U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Ages: 8 - 15As a Planet Protector, your mission is to improve the world around you by making less trash. Planet Protectors also help other people learn to reduce, reuse, and recycle. The more you learn about reducing wastes and saving resources, the better you become at carrying out the Planet Protector goals.Subjects: activities, games, detective, trash, waste, recyle, climate change, coloring, play, word search, EPA, environment, science, detective, lesson plans, reuse

    • ChemMatters Magazineby American Chemical Society Ages: 14+The award-winning high school chemistry magazine that demystifies chemistry at work in our everyday lives. Did you know that bacteria can clean up toxic chemicals in soil? How do nuclear power plants work and what risks do they pose to the environment and human health?Subjects: magazine, subscription, ecology, eco-friendly, green, farming, power, energy, scientists, science, environment, student, resource, activities

    • Detective Trainingby U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Ages: 8 - 15An item used to produce something else is called a "raw material." Some raw materials are easy to spot, but many require detective work. For example, leather looks and feels like the animal's skin. But a plastic toy is made from oil, and it doesn't feel slimy! Can you pick out which items come from which raw materials?Subjects: activity, games, detective, play, eye spy, word search, Planet Protectors Club, EPA, environment, raw materials, science, gumshoe

    • My Abodo Ages: 6+Myabodo is an interactive game that lets you shape a house to suit you. Change your stuff and see how it shapes the climate. When you're done, join an abodo neighborhood, share your abodo with other people and get started with changing the world for real.Subjects: eco system, green game, climate change, energy usage, playhouse, teach ecology, efficient energy use, environmental safety

    • Kids for Saving Earthby KSE Worldwide Ages: 6+Hundreds of years ago, it was wind that brought Columbus to North America. It was wind that powered windmills to pump up water for farms all over the world. Today, energy experts are taking wind power seriously.Subjects: activities, eco system, rainforest, water, environmental education curriculum, conservation, endangered species, forests, toxic waste sites, health issues, ecology, kidsLocation: Minnesota

    • Adventures with Bobbie Bigfootby Earthday Network Ages: 8+Multiple choice type questions help students navigate the game, making choice and learning more about our earth. Help Bobbie choose what to do today and see how his ecological footprint gets bigger or smaller as you play.Subjects: activity, game, entertainment, lesson plan, ecology, carbon footprint, children, fun, animatedLocation: Nationwide