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    Posted: 24/Sep/2011 at 4:08am
I can't find ANY science for my homeschooling I am currently in 9th grade, and their is no science help.. not without paying. I would GREATLY appreciate it if some one will post a link. I live in Indiana if that helps.

Thank you all for looking!


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http://www.khanacademy.org/
has quite a few sciences - are you looking for a particular one?
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No... Just one that is 9th grade level. Thanks for your help! I will look into it.
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A few more suggestions:
http://www.hippocampus.org/
http://www.hoagiesgifted.org/online_hs.htm
http://education-portal.com/articles/10_Universities_Offerin g_Free_Science_Courses_Online.html
http://www.neok12.com/

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by Math Science Nucleus
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Thank you guys for shring!
I'm finding the 9th science curriculum, too.  We are now using beestar, but it's only for grade 1 to grade 8.Cry
I will definitely check out them!
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I recommend Red Oak Academy. You can take single courses or  full time. The school has live classes, great teacher and great students. My kids both attend ROA and love it. My daughter just finished ROA and had AP Biology. It is a great way to reach personal goals.

http://www.redoakacademy.com/


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Hi, I can help you for the home tutor, it's http://www.1to1tutor.org, they provide good quality home tutor for almost all the subjects. Better you can try it once.
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Hi,  you might find the following link of use - you can even request your own personal revision video!
 
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Hi,

When I was in 8th grade. I had taken online tutor help for some difficult topic of science and math  from www.tutorpace.com . you can also try if you are finding for paying help.
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Originally posted by LizzyPeacemaker LizzyPeacemaker wrote:

I can't find ANY science for my homeschooling I am currently in 9th grade, and their is no science help.. not without paying. I would GREATLY appreciate it if some one will post a link. I live in Indiana if that helps.

Thank you all for looking!


Perhaps you haven't searched well as i was searching the same for my younger one and i found one name 1to1 which offered a nice tutorial for science as well as maths. The unique tutor also had a column specifically dedicated for free tests too. You may Google for them.
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We struggled with some of the same issues. There are quite a few universities that now offer free online classes (MIT, etc.) We used theses online classes to get not only good information about science, but a headstart on what to expect freshman year in college. Otherwise we have these site bookmarked.

nasa.gov their space mission info is excellent
sciencewithkids.com
geology.com geology & earth science
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