Giant List of Free Secular Homeschool Science Curriculum


Giant list of free secular science curriculum, secular science homeschool curriculumSecular homeschooling is on the rise, in fact, it’s generally acknowledged that secular homeschoolers are the fastest growing segment of our overall population. It’s not that we’re a new arrival, we’ve always been here, it’s just that there are finally enough of us that we’re getting noticed.

 

It’s been slow going but there is finally some movement in the homeschool curriculum world, more and more resources are created every day to meet the need of the secular homeschool community. One of the most critical groups of homeschooling, scientists, is also starting to come around. They’re starting to see that there are a whole lot of us out there who are decicated to providing scientifically-sound homeschool science lessons for our kids. We still have a long way to go when it comes to getting secular curriculum, but here are some great science resources, 100% secular, for you to start with. This giant list of free homeschool curriculum is just for science, and it’s all secular. (Please note that this list is a living creature. Want to add a link? See a broken link? Let me know in comments!)


Giant List of Free Secular Homeschool Science Curriculum

How is Secular Defined?

Secular is defined as having zero religious or spirital or other faith-based bias. Truly secular curriculum doesn’t take a neutral stand on evolution vs creationism, secular curriculum is very solidly based in the fact that evolution is responsible for the foundation and formation of life on this very, very old planet. You can read more about what secular homeschooling is to us in What it Means to Be a Secular Homeschooler and Things Secular Homeschoolers Want You to Know

Free Secular Homeschool Science Curriculum for Preschool & Elementary

Teach Preschool Science
Apples, Bubbles, and Crystals
Sunlight, Skyscrapers, and Soda Pop
Science Sparks
Sid the Science Kid Lesson Plans
The Magic Schoolbus Lesson Plans
Science Activities for the Classroom
WonderScience
McGraw-Hill Science Texts
Science Buddies Free Lesson Plans
Adventures in Chemistry
Inquiry in Action
Steve Spangler Science Lesson Plans
The Smithsonian Curriculum & Resources
Free Resources & Unit Studies from the National Science Teachers Association
Mr. Q’s Life Science Texts
Nature Science Investigator Magazine
The Science Spot
Science Bob

Free Secular Science Curriculum for Middle School

CK12 Middle School Earth Science
Middle School Chemistry
Physics Quest
Inquiry in Action
The Smithsonian Curriculum & Resources
Khan Academy Science Courses
Crash Course Science Courses
Free Resources & Unit Studies from the National Science Teachers Association
The Science Spot
Natural Inquirer Science Magazine
Mr. Q’s Life Science Texts
Steve Spangler Science Lesson Plans
Biology Lesson Plans
Easy Middle School Science Lab Activities
7th Grade Science Activities from School for Dragons
Science Bob
STEM Works Interactive Lessons
The Science of Disney Imagineering (physics)
Discover Engineering

Free Secular Homeschool Curriculum for High School

Physics Quest
Khan Academy Science Courses
Crash Course Science Courses
Anatomy & Physiology
Advanced Biology 1
Biology 1
Free & Easy Biochemistry
High School Biology 1 with Labs
The Biology Corner
Biology Lesson Plans
Botany Online
Chemistry for High School
Virtual Chemistry Textbook
CK12 Chemistry
Organic Chemistry Virtual Textbook
High School AP Chemistry from MIT
Fundamentals of Chemistry
Earth Science for High School
Introduction to Oceanography
Introduction to Engineering
Calculus-based Physics
Principles of Modern Physics
Alison’s Full List of Free Science Courses (good AP options)

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Giant list of free secular science curriculum, secular homeschool science curriculum

Meg Grooms is a long-time homeschooling mother of 6 children, ranging in age from preschool to married with kids of their own. Always a vagabond at heart, Meg and her family have embraced a slow travel lifestyle and currently call Southern California home. Your guess is as good as hers as to where they’ll end up next.

Meg blogs about secular homeschooling and gameschooling at Homeschool Gameschool.

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