In order to satisfy our state’s high school graduation requirements, students must complete three years of laboratory science. Thus far, our lab sciences have included Biology, Chemistry, and Human Anatomy.
In our homeschool, we prefer to use live, hands on science labs. My husband has done labs at here at home, but the girls have also completed labs at the homeschool cooperative, or through outside science classes taught by teachers with subject area degrees.
Though live labs are always our first choice, such labs may not always be possible. If you find yourself in such a situation, don’t worry. There are several free online resources available and you don’t even have to search for them! Check out this list featuring the best free virtual lab science resources I could find.
- NAVS Online Dissections
- The Biology Corner
- Biology By Me YouTube Channel
- Bullfrog Dissection
- Oh Worm Youtube Channel
Human Anatomy Resources
- Downstate Human Anatomy Dissections
- Healthline Human Body
- Anatomy Arcade
- Anatomy Guy
- Ackland Anatomy
- 4D Anatomy
- Inner Body
- Zygote Body
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