We have lots of great articles for you this month at HomeschoolingTeen.com! From Missions and Music, to Money Management and much more– you’re sure to find something of interest!
In This Issue:
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Homeschooled until college, Effie is a small business owner and married mother of three running for the Arizona House of Representatives.
Homeschool Friendly College
A tuition-free Bible School with a specialized focus in missions, operated by Teen Missions International.
The World Around Us
Join me and my missionary friends to send books to Africa.
The Pharmacy Technician career is a great example of a job you can begin to see if working in healthcare is right for you.
Music classes provide many rewarding benefits that young people can greatly benefit from.
Homeschooling High School
The three main reasons cited by most parents for homeschooling high-school students are: school environment, moral values, and academic dissatisfaction.
If you have more than three kids and seriously thinking about managing your domestic chores and homeschooling, then take a look at these guidelines.
Teen Tech Talk
The popularity of Facebook has had an impact around the world, and its effects can be seen in the very structure of English language.
We’ve all heard the phrase that money can’t buy happiness, but poor management of money can quickly lead to unhappiness.
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.
Need a Clue?
Do you know that not many people recognize the martial art form of Hapkido? “Hap=harmony, Ki=path of discipline, Do= art.”
With the release of the movie Divergent at the end of March, this dystopian sci-fi trilogy has quickly become one of the most popular young adult series.
Abide with Me: A Photographic Journey Through Great British Hymns is a gorgeous hardcover book that would be a wonderful Easter gift!
When the world around you falls apart, dreams are all you have.
In terms of world layout, campaign options, and game play, Civilization encompasses a big picture approach; whereas Age of Empires focuses on an up-close and personal experience.
Xbolt’s Anime Reviews
A Japanese paranormal detective anime that quotes the Bible in almost every episode!
This world has an infinite amount of opportunities. Homeschooling is one of them. Why do I love it?
This infographic sets up a plan for anyone in a rut that is looking to really get on track!