Interactive Virtual Science Labs
For 6th - 12th Grade Homeschooled Students
These are very realistic, very interactive, virtual labs with instructional videos that 6th - 12th grade students love and can perform from the convenience of home.
Greetings Parents & Students,
As a homeschool dad and former college professor, I'm passionate about teaching science, in particular, Christ-centered science to homeschooled students. We have created state-of-the-art interactive, virtual science labs and explanatory videos for 6th through 12th grade students.
The labs are structured to build critical thinking skills and to develop a research and inquiry mindset. This results in quality lab reports and thinking skills that affect every area of academics and life. As I once heard a pastor say, "think critically, deeply, creatively, and biblically." God is glorified as we explore His Creation in depth... illuminating His creation - revealing His glory!
Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have questions.
Gratefully in His Grip,
Professor Greg Landry
Homeschool Dad & Former College Professor
Founder and Director, College Prep Science
How Does it Work?
- Students log in to our virtual lab (see picture above) and choose the experiment they want to perform - 10 experiments are available for each subject. Note: a full school year (two semester) science class should include at least six lab experiments with full lab reports and a half school year (one semester) science class should include at least three experiments with full lab reports.
- Students watch a video of professor Landry explaining the background information on the topic of that experiment and details on performing the experiment.
- With their mouse and keyboard, students follow a step-by-step method to perform all the steps in the experiment. Example: 1. "Move the beaker to the sink and fill with 200 milliliters of cold water." 2. "Place the thermometer in the water and record the initial temperature in your lab notebook." etc.
- Students record all data from the experiment in their (real paper) lab notebook.
- Students watch a video of professor Landry explaining how to write a lab report and their shown examples of lab reports.
- Students write a lab report based upon the experiment they performed and the data they collected.
Virtual Lab Details
- Lab tuition is per subject and for the family - it may be used by any children in the family.
- For your transcript, your can record as a full homeschool year of labs for that subject.
- Earth and Space Science
Tuition for 1 School Year Virtual Lab Access
- $240 per family for one subject
- Access is August 15, 2020 - August 14, 2021