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## STEM Club

Exploring your future...one challenge at a time! Sometimes it’s just "dangerous to go alone." That’s why MyFunScience has an exciting new STEM Club that includes student connections, community experts, and monthly challenges! Mission: The Future Open to students in grades 7-12, ages 12-18 Designed for middle school and high school homeschoolers Embraces a Biblical worldview Fun Activities, Games, Prizes, and more! Two live, hour-long online [...] -
## 2-4-6-8: You Can Learn To Do Math Great!

Who Is This Class Designed For? This course is designed for the student going into middle school math OR the middle school student who is struggling, needs extra practice or an alternative way of doing calculations. Course Description To build a strong foundation of math basics, you need to learn and practice. Various strategies such [...] -
## Algebra 1

Algebra 1 Course Overview: Algebra 1 is an introductory homeschool math class for advanced junior high and early high school students. Students will expand on ideas from pre-algebra and extend those concepts to various types of equations. For so many students, math is a challenging and sometimes overwhelming subject. One of the most beautiful things [...] -
## Algebra 2

Algebra 2 Course Overview Ready for the next step? Master Algebra 2 concepts, hone your calculator skills, and prepare for real-world application as we dig in and develop each topic. Topics in this Algebra 2 class include linear equations, problem solving, inequalities, polynomials, rational functions, exponents, logarithms, and quadratic equations. This isn’t about test prep… [...] -
## Anatomy & Physiology

$600.000 Available

seatsThis class is not available for the 2018-2019 School Year. Anatomy & Physiology Course Overview: Anatomy & Physiology is a year long lab science course for your upper level student. Throughout the year, we will be discussing three unifying themes: the relationship between anatomy and physiology, the interrelations among body systems, and the relationship of each organ [...] -
## Astronomy

Astronomy (Middle School Science) Why on Earth should we continue to explore outer space and Astronomy? What’s out there? What’s in space, which we cannot see? Our God created it all. In this course, we will study the history of astronomy, properties of our sun, structure of stars, the Milky Way Galaxy and many other [...] -
## Biology

Biology Course Overview: Are you curious about eye color or the hair on your knuckles? We will learn about genetics! Are you curious about Anthrax or Ebola? We will discuss bacteria and viruses! Are you curious about life? We will understand cells - and what makes them tick! Are you curious about fall colors? We [...] -
## Calculus

Calculus Overview When a mathematics student has worked diligently throughout high school, her prize is - Calculus! In this online course, we apply algebra in simple ways and are rewarded with amazingly powerful results. Real-world modeling is natural rather than forced, and STEM applications abound. The textbook uses extensive graphics to further student learning. Topics [...] -
## Chemistry

Chemistry Course Overview: This class is a challenging, college-prep, high school level chemistry class which covers properties of matter, the periodic table, specific heat, bonds, molecules, the mole, empirical formulas, oxidation-reduction reactions, chemical reactions, stoichiometry, equilibrium, concentration, state of matter, acids / bases, and introductions to organic chemistry and biochemistry. Students will turn in a [...] -
## Chemistry

Chemistry Course Overview: Chemistry is the study of the properties and interaction of matter at the atomic level. This online Chemistry course will cover Properties of Matter, The Periodic Table, Chemical Bonding, Nomenclature, The Mole, Chemical Equations, Stoichiometry, Gas Laws, Phase Changes, Acids and Bases, and pH. Labs during the course will focus on making [...] -
## General Science

General Science Course Description General science is an introductory science class for 6th-8th grade students. We will explore Biology, Anatomy and Physiology, Ecology, the Scientific Method, and simple machines. Students will begin to practice experimental exploration through hands-on labs to gain a deeper understanding of the material. This class will give students an excellent foundation [...] -
## Geometry

Geometry Course Overview This mastery-based Geometry class integrates discussions, cartoons, anecdotes, examples, and plenty of exercises. With a greater emphasis on problems, rather than long introductory instructions, this is a great text for learning-through-doing. This is a rigorous and challenging course. . . but worth it! Students will be challenged to reason mathematically and apply [...] -
## Earth Science

Earth Science Course Overview: What's inside the earth? What's the weather today? What's the big deal about the oceans? What's going on with the sun and the moon? God created it all. There are four basic areas of Earth science: geology, meteorology, oceanography, and astronomy. Geology is the primary Earth science. It deals with the [...] -
## Economics

Economics Course Overview: This Introduction to Economics class explores a breadth of principles from the choices individuals make daily to the running of a monopoly to the goals that our national government pursues. While this course is taught from a decidedly Biblical worldview, we make it a point to look at all sides of an [...] -
## Formal Logic

Formal Logic Course Overview: In this Formal (Deductive) Logic class we study "the art and science of reasoning well" and discover that accurate facts are not enough… valid reasoning is just as important! We will start off by defining terms, forming and interpreting statements, and composing valid syllogisms. Next we’ll use those skills to analyze [...] -
## Health Science

Health Science Course Overview: In this Health Science class, the Bible will be presented as the foundation of a healthy lifestyle. We will explore all these facets through the study of the following topics: the human body, nutrition, fitness and exercise, disease, managing of stress/anxiety, making good/safe choices, assuming responsibility, maturity, and interpersonal relationships. Students [...] -
## Informal Logic

Informal Logic Course Overview: "My chief objection to a quarrel," G.K. Chesterton wrote, "is that it ends a good argument." The Art of Argument (Informal Logic) is designed to teach the argumentative adolescent how to reason with clarity, relevance, and purpose. This workbook format is brimming with examples and practical exercises. Our class focus will [...] -
## Life Skills and Family Science

Life Skills and Family Science Course Overview: Every parent’s question is: “Is my high schooler ready to handle life in the real world?” The interaction with our families and how we handle the inevitable day to day problems will determine how successful we become as contributors to society. There are essential building blocks that place [...] -
## Physical Science

Physical Science Overview: This Physical Science introduction to formal science provides preparation for high school Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. Students will study topics such as air, the atmosphere, water and the hydrosphere, the structure of the earth, weather, atoms and molecules, the physics of motion, Newton's laws, work and simple machines, electricity and magnetism, sound, [...] -
## Physics

Physics Course Overview: Subatomic particles, planetary motion, even heat and energy can all be defined and explained through the study of natural processes and laws. This is the goal of physics: to understand and explain the workings of the universe. This course which will cover mechanics, Newton's laws, momentum, projectile and satellite motion, rotational motion, [...] -
## Pre-Algebra

Pre-Algebra Course Overview: This live online homeschool course begins with a critical understanding of arithmetic functions that allows students to transition to high school math classes. Students can deepen their understanding of topics such as fractions, decimals, percents, mixed numbers, signed numbers, order of operations, evaluation of algebraic expressions, and solutions for linear equations in [...] -
## Pre-Biology

Pre-Biology Course Overview: Class Topics Include: Classification of Living Things, Cell Structure and Reproduction, DNA, RNA, Genetics, Microbiology, Using Microscopes, Plants/Botany, Germination, Photosynthesis, Pollination, Angiosperms, Human Anatomy & Physiology, The Animal Kingdom, Life Cycles, Evolution vs. Creation, Ecology. Students will perform virtual and physical dissections. Students will create their own notebook containing their course work, [...] -
## Pre-Calculus

Pre-Calculus Course Overview: PreCalculus is an application-based math class where the concepts of Algebra are extended to real-world problems. Pre-calculus is an essential beginning for students wishing to pursue STEM-related careers and college study. Students will strengthen their use of math concepts they previously learned and understand content on a deeper level. Topics covered include [...] -
## Pre-Chemistry

Pre-Chemistry Course Overview: This Pre-Chemistry homeschool course for middle school and and high school students will focus on introducing students to the basic structure of elements and how elements combine to form compounds. Upon completion of this middle school course, students will be familiar with the Period Table, the structure of an atom and the mechanism [...] -
## Pre-Physics

Pre-Physics Course Overview: A stapler may not seem like a remarkable physics tool, but through it, we have the opportunity to observe several types of simple machines that can assist us when doing work. This is just one of the many interesting concepts students will explore in Pre-Physics. Beginning with the characteristics of matter and [...] -
## Psychology: A Christian Perspective (Live Online)

Psychology: A Christian Perspective - Course Overview: Psychology is one of the first classes most students will take in college. Even if they do not take it in college, modern psychology’s worldview perspectives permeate their other classes. The purpose of this homeschool class is twofold. First, students will have a basic knowledge of the brain [...] -
## Psychology: A Christian Perspective (Self-Paced)

This section is a pre-recorded, self-paced asynchronous class. We also provide a live online Psychology class option. Psychology: A Christian Perspective - Course Overview: Psychology is one of the first classes most students will take in college. Even if they do not take it in college, modern psychology’s worldview perspectives permeate their other classes. The [...] -
## Solidifying Foundations of Algebra

Solidifying Foundations of Algebra Course Overview: As a college math instructor, I had students who completed pre-calculus or trigonometry in high school, but when they took their college placement test, they were put in Basic Math or Pre-Algebra because they didn’t have a strong foundation of math basics. Twenty-plus years of teaching math have allowed [...] -
## Solidifying Foundations of Math

Solidifying Foundations of Math Course Overview: As a college math instructor, I have had students who completed pre-calculus or trigonometry in high school, but when they took their college placement test, they were put in Basic Math or Pre-Algebra because they didn't have a strong foundation of math basics. Twenty+ years of teaching math have [...] -
## STEM Study Skills for Homeschoolers (Self-paced)

Why students should take a Study Skills for Homeschoolers Course? High school can be challenging for many students. Students usually come prepared with the reading, writing and math skills necessary to do high school level work. But some students have not yet discovered their own unique learning style or mastered the study skills for homeschoolers [...] -
## Young Scientist Anatomy & Physiology

Young Scientist Anatomy & Physiology Course Overview: This engaging Young Scientist Anatomy & Physiology class will create a wonder in your student for the amazing creation of the human body. We will explore all eleven systems covering: bones, muscles, joints, integumentary system, nervous system, endocrine system, the senses, blood, cardiovascular system, lymphatic system, immune system, respiratory system, [...] -
## Young Scientist Botany

Botany Course Overview This online course is intended to immerse the student in the world of botany to gain foundational understanding and retain information throughout the course of study. Topics include: seeds, flowers, pollination, fruits, leaves, roots, stems, trees, gymnosperms, vascular and non-vascular plants. Students will enjoy the hands-on approach with several projects and experiments. [...]

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- 2-4-6-8: You Can Learn To Do Math Great!
- Algebra 1
- Algebra 2
- Anatomy & Physiology
- Astronomy
- Biology
- Calculus
- Chemistry
- Earth Science
- Economics
- Formal Logic
- General Science
- Geometry
- Health Science
- Informal Logic
- Intro to Electricity
- Life Skills and Family Science
- Physical Science
- Physics
- Pre-Algebra
- Pre-Biology
- Pre-Calculus
- Pre-Chemistry
- Pre-Physics
- Psychology: A Christian Perspective (Live Online)
- Solidifying Foundations of Algebra
- Solidifying Foundations of Math
- STEM Study Skills for Homeschoolers (Self-paced)
- Young Scientist Anatomy & Physiology
- Young Scientist Botany

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