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All online courses are suggested for students ages 10 and up. Younger advanced students are welcome to take courses.


NatureGlo's MathArt and Science Membership

Over 20+ Video Courses that will will help you meet your math,

science & cross-curricular state requirements this homeschool year!

Free Self-paced Courses

Introduction to Whales and Dolphins Unit Study

Introduction to Whales & Dolphins (Unit Study)

Duration: 2 - 4 hours

The Introduction to the Whales and Dolphins is an online self-paced multimedia unit study integrating several academic subjects. ENROLL NOW 4 FREE!

Sea turtles online self-paced class

Introduction to the Sea Turtles (Unit Study)

Duration: 2 - 4 hours

The Introduction to the Sea Turtles is an online self-paced multimedia unit study integrating several academic subjects. ENROLL NOW 4 FREE!

Free glass frogs online class

​Transparent Living Jewels - The Glass Frogs

Duration: 2 - 4 hours

Learn about the amazing glass frogs! Many members of this group of frogs have transparent bodies. You can see their internal organs including their beating hearts. Find out about the remarkable glass frog ninja dads! ENROLL NOW 4 FREE!

NatureGlo's Sharks Online Unit Study

Sharks (Unit Study)

Duration: 2 - 4 hours

This is an Introduction to the sharks of the wolrd. It is online self-paced multimedia unit study integrating History, Literature, and even Math! ENROLL NOW 4 FREE!

9 MathArt Courses

Introduction to MathArt

Intro to MathArt - 1 Lesson

Duration: 1 - 2 hours

You will learn about the famed Golden ratio and Fibonacci numbers. You'll discover math through history, nature's patterns, art, and architecture and how to apply nature's math. LEARN MORE

MathArt - Patterns and Shapes in Nature Online Class

Patterns & Shapes in Nature - 1 Lesson

Duration: 1 - 2  hours

Learn the most common patterns found in nature including circular patterns, lines & curves, hexagons, and fractals. LEARN MORE

math connections with the real world

Math Connections with the Real World 6-lesson Unit Study

Duration:  6 - 12 hours

We go into great depth with cross-curricular connections in the Golden ratio and Fibonacci numbers, how to find them in art, nature, architecture and more. LEARN MORE

UNIT STUDY STYLE

MathArt in the Arts & Sciences 6-lesson Unit Study

Duration: 6 - 12 hours

We study cross-curricular connections in the life & Mathematical art of Italian Pierro della Francesca (1462 - 1492), Australian Aboriginal & Celtic MathArt. Deeper studies occur with patterns in nature. LEARN MORE

MathArt in Ancient Cultures online class

MathArt in Ancient Cultures 6-lesson Unit Study

Duration: 6 - 12 hours

This course includes MathArt and cross-curricular explorations in ancient Babylon, Greece, India, Mexico, the Middle East, and famous Greek philosopher, Pythagoras. LEARN MORE

MathArt - Patterns in Nature 6-week Online Homeschool Class with NatureGlo

MathArt: Patterns in Nature 6-lesson Unit Study

Duration: 6 - 12 hours

This course covers the following patterns in nature including cross-curricular connections relating geometry with: circular, animal coat, universe, hexagons, and the logarithmic spiral of the Chambered nautilus. LEARN MORE

Leonardo da Vinci

The Life & Mathematical Art of Leonardo da Vinci - 2 Lessons

Duration: 2 - 4 hours

We delve into Leonardo's bio and how he used the Golden ratio in his most famous paintings. LEARN MORE

The Life & Mathematical Art of M.C. Escher

The Life & Mathematical Art of M.C. Escher - 2 Lessons

Duration: 2 - 4 hours

Learn about the life of famed Dutch artist, M.C. Escher (1898 - 1972) and how he used tessellations (shapes without gaps or overlaps) in his art. LEARN MORE


Bubbleology

Bubbleology - 1 Lesson

Duration: 1 - 3 hours

We look at beautiful soap bubbles, their physics, mathematics, and intriguing art connections! LEARN MORE


15 Science Courses


8 Marine Biology Courses

tide pool communities

Tide Pool Communities - 1 Lesson

Duration: 1 - 3 hours

Explore the tidal zones, tide pool life and have the opportunity to complete a project about the tide pool community. LEARN MORE

Marine Zoology - Mandarinfish, Hermit Crabs and Queen Conch

Marine Zoology: Mandarinfish, Hermit Crab, and Queen Conch - 3 Lessons

Duration: 3  - 6 hours

By learning the zoology of Mandarinfish, Hermit crab, and Queen conch, students also learn the shared zoology of the animal groups they represent, including marine fish, crustaceans, and mollusks. LEARN MORE

marine zoology II

Marine Zoology: Seahorses, Beluga Whale, and Loggerhead Sea Turtle - 3 Lessons

Duration: 3 - 6 hours

By learning about these three animals’ zoology, students also learn the shared zoology of the animal groups they represent, including marine fish, cetaceans, and marine reptiles. LEARN MORE

Marine Zoology - Oceanography, Marine Invertebrates and Plants

Marine Biology: Oceanography, Marine Plants and Invertebrates - 6 Lessons

Duration: 12 - 18 hours

This course provides an introduction to basic oceanographic principles and marine plant and invertebrate biology. Students will study marine physics, chemistry, plants such as algae, and invertebrates such as corals and jellyfish. LEARN MORE

Dramatic Deep Sea Creatures online course

Dramatic Deep Sea Creatures - 6 Lessons

Duration: 6 - 12 hours

Come on a learning journey and study bazaar yet amazing deep sea creatures, some of them recently discovered and some of them not! LEARN MORE

Mbio II Marine jellies, molusks and whales

Marine Biology: Jellies, Mollusks and Whales of the World - 6 Lessons

Duration: 6 - 12 hours

This course provides an introduction to the zoology of the comb and box jellies, mollusks with one lesson about whales of the world. LEARN MORE

Marine fish and invertebrates

Marine Biology: Invertebrates and Fish - 6 Lesson

Duration: 6 - 12 hours

In this course, the marine invertebrates covered include: arthropods, sea Spiders, crustaceans, and more. Vertebrates covered are aquarium & coral reef fish, including angelfish, triggerfish, the Whitetip reef shark and more! LEARN MORE

Marine cephalopods, turtles, snakes and mammals

Marine Biology: Cephalopods, Marine Turtles, Snakes and Mammals - 6 Lessons

Duration: 6 - 12 hours

This class provides an introduction to the zoology of the cephalopods (octopus, squid, cuttlefish and chambered nautilus), marine snakes, turtles, and mammals. LEARN MORE


4 Herps: Reptiles & Amphibians Courses

reptiles and amphibians K-12 online class

Herps Zoology: Poison Dart Frog, Python, & Caiman 3 Lessons

Duration: 3 - 6 hours

By learning about these three animals’ zoology, students also learn the shared zoology of the animal groups they represent, including crocodiles, snakes and frogs. LEARN MORE

reptiles and amphibians K-12 online class

Herps Zoology: Marbled Salamander, Children’s Python, and Galapagos Tortoise - 3 Lessons

Duration: 3 - 6 hours

By learning about these three animals’ zoology, students also learn the shared zoology of the animal groups they represent, including salamanders, snakes and turtles. LEARN MORE

reptiles and amphibians k-12 online class

Herps Explorers: Anatomy, Caecilians & Crocs 6-lesson Unit Study

Duration: 6 - 12 hours

This study covers several introductory topics including reptile and amphibian anatomy and the natural life history of lizards, snakes, caecilians, salamanders, newts and the Gharial! LEARN MORE

reptiles and amphibians k-12 online class

Herps Explorers: Frogs, Geckos & Chameleons 6-lesson Unit Study

Duration: 6 - 12 hours

Topics cover frogs, toads, chameleons, geckos, salamanders and more! LEARN MORE

Marine Reptiles 3-lesson Unit Study

Duration:  3 - 6  hours

Learn about the both marine zoology and reptiles! The following animals are studied: Saltwater Crocodiles, Marine or Galapagos Iguana, Sea Snakes
and the Sea Turtles. Many cross-curricular connections include, history, geography, art, and literature. LEARN MORE

1 Lesson Each for Botany & Geology

giant redwood trees

Exploring the Giant Redwood Trees - 1 Lesson

Duration: 1 - 3 hours

In this study, we will look at the three giant redwood subfamilies including the Dawn and Coast redwoods, and the Giant sequoia trees. LEARN MORE

Homeschool rockhounding

Geology: Intro to Rockhounding 1 Lesson

Duration: 1 - 3 hours

Does your learner love rocks and minerals? How about collecting them? Learn the basics for getting the right rockhounding equipment to collect rocks and minerals. LEARN MORE

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