Happy March! We have lots of great articles for you this month at HomeschoolingTeen.com! From current events to saving money… essays and poems… book, game, and movie reviews… you’re sure to find something of interest! And if there is a particular post that you enjoy reading, please leave a comment for the author. They like to know that their work is appreciated. 🙂
In This Issue:
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Danielle Wright and David Dyche, two homeschooling teens, were sailing with five other shipmates from New Zealand to Australia last June when the schooner they were on disappeared.
Homeschooling High School
There are five tips that will help you teach your teens a little more effectively than you already do.
Here are six jobs students should consider that won’t take away too much time from their other duties.
While I was secretly enjoying my ramen lifestyle, my college roommate told me the horrific news: too much ramen is bad for you.
Assuming you work at least part time and are not claimed as a dependent on your parent’s tax returns, you’ll need to file an annual income tax return.
Homeschool Friendly College
Reese Myers shares some tips from her MBA interview experience to help homeschoolers.
Thomas relates his experience with a London graduate scheme, a structured program that combines work and training.
The ideas that sparked the American and French Revolutions, the notion that the people, not the leaders, are sovereign, have persevered to the twenty-first century.
Seasonal Affective Disorder, or SAD, is depression caused by lack of sunlight. Symptoms of SAD include: unexplained weight loss, having no energy, and becoming moody.
Poems to Ponder
A poem by Hannah Barber.
Country Girls Knowledge
A poem by Katie.
Life is What You Make of It
A poem by Serenity.
Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years
I wonder what would happen… if we were treated like PEOPLE, not weird, rebellious, strange, crazy teenagers.
Anger takes the true feelings from the shadowy places of the heart, and shouts them from the rooftops.
Need a Clue?
No, not the movie The Monument Men. I’m talking about the actual history on those guys that saved priceless art from all over Europe.
Teen Tech Talk
The Sci-Fi Library app is a hassle-free way to start or build your own handheld Science Fiction library.
Noah is a new documentary film from Ray Comfort, producer of the award-winning 180 and Evolution vs. God.
Will Mason uncover the truth hidden behind the Safe Lands’ façade before it’s too late?
Folk Tale is a new RTS fantasy-adventure-comedy game by indie collaboration studio Games Foundry.
Xbolt’s Anime Reviews
Arrietty is a 14-year-old female “Borrower” who is active, adventurous, and curious about the world around her.
When many people hear the word “homeschoolers,” they immediately think, “weirdos.” But a single day in a public high school is enough to uncover the truth.
This infographic has some ideas for beating the blues, including seven foods that boost your mood naturally.