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Thank you for visiting Budget Homeschool. This section of our site provides free resources for homeschooling parents and students on a variety of topics and subject matter. I hope you find these links useful.

While I do my best to keep this list as up-to-date as possible, some websites do fall by the wayside. If you find a bad link, or a link that should be included here, please let me know.

Happy Homeschooling!

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    • Kid's Map of Organsby Warren Bishop, MD Ages: 8 - 18Do you often wonder what your insides look like? Come explore our web page to learn more about what is inside of you. Subjects: anatomy, liver, esophagus, stomach, pancreas, gallbladder

    • Tour of the Human Bodyby Think Quest Ages: 7 - 16Come with us as we take a tour, Just follow our Lizard friend; As we learn about the human body and each organ for which we depend.Subjects: science, human body, movement, energy, control, explore, interactive

    • How the Body Worksby The Nemours Foundation Ages: 5 - 13Click on a body part to watch movies, take quizzes, read articles, solve word finds, and do activities -- all about the parts of your body! Teach the kids, how the body works...Subjects: resource, interactive, anatomy, body parts, respiratory system, lungs, smoking, brain, teeth, stomach

    • The Virtual Roachby Orkin Ages: 8 - 18The Virtual Roach is a web resource focused on insect anatomy that was developed as a technical reference and an instructional tool. The interface for the system links morphological terms with an extensive image archive, including scientific illustrations, scanning electron micrographs, and photomicrographs. Images are linked in a manner permitting a detailed examination and virtual dissection of the American Cockroach (Periplaneta americana).Subjects: anatomy, exoskeleton, morphological terms, roaches, reference, dorsal, ventral, thorax, respiratory, nervous system, endocrine

    • Anatomy of the Human Bodyby Henry Gray Ages: 15+The term "human anatomy" comprises a consideration of the various structures which make up the human organism. In a restricted sense it deals merely with the parts which form the fully developed individual and which are evident to the naked eye...Subjects: anatomy, vertebral, osteology, human body, muscles, organs, tissue, bone, science

    • Human Body Ages: 12 - 18A valuable resource of links to help children learn the facts about the human body and the human body systems. You will find links to human body trivia, circulatory system facts, digestive system facts, endocrine system facts and more. Introduce the kids to the skeletal system, respiratory system, lymphatic system, muscular system and much much more.Subjects: links, blood cells, lymphocytes, platelets, videos, endocrine system, lymphatic system, nervous system

    • A Guided Tour of the Visible Humanby MadSci Network Ages: 12+The Visible Human Project has generated over 18000 digitized sections of the human body. This introduction and tour uses images and animals from the project to teach key concepts in human anatomy.Subjects: animations, interactive, learn, anatomy, brain, education

    • InnerBody Ages: 10+Learn about human physiology as you study anatomical charts and models of every system in the human body! See detailed human anatomy charts and gather in-depth anatomy information, for any of the human body systems. Where would you like to begin your exploration of human anatomy?Subjects: resource, cardiovascular, reproductive system, urinary tract, anatomical charts, medical career resources, lymphatic system, animation, bodybuilding, triceps, orbicularis oculi muscle

    • The Incredible Human Body (Text Version) Ages: 12+The body gives off the amount of heat equivalent to a 100-watt light bulb and overall produces 25,000 BTUs. 26 calories are burned in a one-minute kiss and banging ones head against a wall will use 150 calories an hour. In a lifetime the average US resident eats more than 50 tons of food and drinks more than 13,000 gallons of liquid. This includes 8 spiders. 75% of your body heat escapes through your head. Subjects: resource, factoids, glands, organs, hydrogen, copper, zinc, cobalt, calcium, manganese, DNA, FAQ, brain cells, heart beats

    • Visible Body Ages: 12+Visible Body is used by medical practitioners, professors, and students at leading hospitals and universities. It is also used by people all over the world who want to discover human anatomy like never before. The revolutionary Visible Body web application is a 3D human anatomy visualization and learning tool available by subscription. (Not a free resource.) Subjects: resource, animation, human anatomy, learning tool, subscription based

    • The Adventures of Herman the Wormby Ron Wolford and Greg Stack Ages: 5 - 9Hey kids! I said head to toe, but I don't really have a head like yours. But I do have a head end, the fancy word is anterior. Please remember that it is really different from the tail end, called the posterior. Just imagine how you would feel if someone said they could not tell the difference between your head and rear end (it's so embarrassing, and I get a little sensitive about that). Subjects: anatomy, worms, segments, temperature, earthworms, nitrogen, quiz, hearts, reproduction, digestion, fun

    • The Virtual Bodyby Medtropolis Ages: 10+A webspace built for the latest health information that will educate and entertain kids and adults alike. Visit "Narrated Neurons," learn about the digestive tract, organize your organs and more...Subjects: resource, digestive tract, human heart, skeleton, human brain, build a skeleton, games, illustrations, interactive, tour

    • Anatomy Atlasesby Ronald A. Bergman, Ph.D. Ages: 14+Anatomy Atlases is an anatomy digital health sciences library to educate patients, healthcare providers, and students in a free and anonymous manner.Subjects: digital, library, anatomy,

    • Visible Human Viewerby Yuh-Jye (Michael) Chang Ages: 14+This Java applet allows you to select and view images of 2-dimensional slices of a human body, using processed data from the Visible Human Project of the U.S. National Library of Medicine. Subjects: resource, visible human, optical toys, interactive, technical, MRI, CT images, high tech

    • Anatomy of the Dog and Catby College of Veterinary Medicine Ages: 8+The body is composed of several functional units called organ systems. Each organ system is a collection of organs that function together to perform a specific job to keep the body healthy. Tissues, and the microscopic units of tissues, the cells, are the building blocks of organs. Tissues include materials such as muscles, nerves and epithelia and connective tissues that bind the other tissues together. Subjects: resource, organs, tissue, cells, muscles, nerves, epithelia, esophagus, trachea, rectum