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Month: March 2012

Top 4 Ways to Memorize Information for Good




Memorizing facts is not the most important thing to do before a test or quiz. It’s much more important to understand the general concepts and make sure you can explain them. However, there are some things that just plain need to be memorized, like dates, equations, or the periodic table. In order to study as […]

Stepping Stones




A Monthly Devotional, by Michaela Popielski. Hi! Well, this month I had a ton of trouble trying to find a topic and I realized one right before I started typing this. Rituals. Almost everywhere, everyone and everything has some kind of ritual. Even if they don’t realize it. Get up, brush teeth, breakfast, chores, school. […]

Guess What, You Were Adopted!




Yes, you read right. If you have accepted Christ into you heart, you have been adopted by the King of Heaven. As God’s sons and daughters you now posses the keys to an entire kingdom. Just consider the fact that anything you want you can have, states John 15:7: “But if you remain in me […]

Ukrainian Orphans: Help Bring Home Special Needs Orphans




Ukraine is a country in Eastern Europe. The Ukrainian landscape consists mostly of fertile plains (or steppes) and plateaus crossed by rivers that flow south into the Black Sea. Ukraine also has highland regions, where the snow melt from the mountains feeds the rivers. The area is rich in minerals and nutrient-rich black soil; its […]

Choosing a Christian College




Gordon Conwell Seminary, Hamilton, Massachusetts You’ve probably heard the statistics, that 50% of Christians abandon their faith during college. It would seem that many Christian students are not prepared to enter the liberal environment of a secular college classroom, where more than half of all professors view Christians with hostility and take every opportunity to […]

Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years




New Column! My name is McKennaugh Kelley and I am fifteen years old. I live in Troy, Pennsylvania with a handful of crazy, creative, but mostly wonderful little brothers. I enjoy writing, so I thought I’d make a stab at seeing if I could become a columnist for Homeschooling Teen. If you’re anything like me, […]

The Sports Report




By Caela NBA All-star Weekend The NBA weekend starts with the skills competitions. In the Skills Challenge Tony Parker from the San Antonio Spurs won over Rajon Rondo of the Boston Celtics, Deron Williams of the New Jersey Nets, John Wall of the Washington Wizards, Russell Westbrook of the Oklahoma City Thunder, Kyrie Irving of […]

Your Fashion Signature: Wardrobe Basics




Your Fashion Signature… And When You Should Sign   By MaryssaJoy The Wardrobe Basics: Your Foundation for Creativity            “That Sunday Shine is a certain sign that you feel as fine as you look!”                          How do I dress well? “I believe people should get to know themselves and their own body type and wear […]

Catherine’s Column #9




By: Catherine Amaris Munoz “Let the wise listen and learn yet more, and a person of discernment will acquire the art of guidance, for perceiving the meaning of proverbs and obscure sayings, the sayings of the sages and their riddles. The fear of God is the beginning of knowledge; fools spurn wisdom and discipline.” ~Proverbs 1:5-7 […]

Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt




Bookshelf of a (Maybe) Teen Author, by Emily Russell What if you could live forever? The first week of August is the exact middle of summer – the dog days. And in 1881, three unrelated events set in motion the strangest first week of August that Winnie Foster had ever seen. Winnie’s parents and grandmother […]

Syndicate Game Review




By Andrew Epps Disclaimer: I have not played the original Syndicate game, so I will not be comparing the two. This review is of the PC version. Some of the issues discussed in this review may therefore not be apparent in console versions of the game. Review: The Syndicate campaign starts off with a confusing […]

Full Metal Panic! The Second Raid




And finally, the third and final piece of the FMP! trilogy. After Fumoffu, TSR goes back to the tension and drama of the original. More so, even. If Fumoffu represented just the hilarity of the original, TSR represents mostly the military action. Some hilarious scenes, but not nearly as many as the original. So it […]

Career-of-the-Month: Auto Mechanic




Automotive service technicians and mechanics repair cars and trucks. They must know vehicles well and be able to figure out the source of the problem quickly and correctly. To do their job, technicians must know a lot about how complex parts of the car or truck work together. Some mechanics specialize in fixing only a […]

Rick Santorum & Family




Meet the Presidential Candidate and Homeschool Dad! Former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania, currently a Republican candidate for President, is a homeschool dad of seven children: 20-year-old Elizabeth Anne (b. 1991), 19-year-old Richard John Jr. (b. 1993), 17-year-old Daniel James (b. 1995), 14-year-old Sarah Maria (b. 1998), 13-year-old Peter Kenneth (b. 1999), 11-year-old Patrick […]

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