Happy December! This month features a great selection of STEM gift ideas for older kids and teens! You can also learn about online degree programs, financial aid and scholarships, unique career options, and “Why Doing a Job is Important for Homeschooling Teens.” Nick describes his “Experience in Israel,” Katie tells of “A New Horse,” and Hannah wrote a poem, “As December Comes and Goes.” Find out how to get paid for searching the web, see Zoe’s new drawing, and read about Josh Duggar. Finally, don’t miss the infographics, reviews, and advice column. See the complete list of contents below and view this month’s magazine at HomeschoolingTeen.com.
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Josh Duggar is the Executive Director at FRC Action, the political and legislative affiliate of the Family Research Council.
Homeschool Friendly College
Homeschool students can not only attend high school online but they can also enroll in online college degree programs.
Financial Aid and Scholarships: 10 Empowering Resources for Students
If financial concerns stand between you and college admission, don’t miss this collection of financial assistance resources and scholarship opportunities.
Homeschooling High School
Why Doing a Job is Important For Homeschooling Teens
There are many benefits of getting into a job early on as a student.
Unique Career Options Every Student Should Consider Before Choosing a Major
This article is about unique career options every student should consider before choosing a major.
Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice
Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice
Olyvea Pancerella and Ethan Faulkes answer questions on homeschooling, dating, and life in general.
Poems to Ponder
A Poem by Hannah Barber.
Country Girls Knowledge
Sometimes things in our life change, sometimes not always seeming good but underneath some good can always come out of it.
Need a Clue?
In November I went on a ten day vacation to Israel and it’s a fantastic experience to enjoy with friends and family!
This book follows the lives of five missionaries and their wives as they lived—and died—in Ecuador preaching to the Indians.
Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe
If you are interested in culture, history, or ethnic conflicts, then you will love this novel.
Adriana Gabrielle Reads
Obsessing over status, grades, exercise or a boyfriend could never become an addiction… could it?
Xbolt’s Anime Reviews
The Mythical Detective Loki Ragnarok
A Japanese Anime Based on Norse Mythology!
Spiral Knights Revisited: How a Great Game Went Bad
This is what happens when a game switches from free-to-play to pay-to-win.
The Ultimate App Guide for Student Survival
Check out this infographic that outlines the smartphone apps no student should live without.
Zoe’s Art Corner
Zoe shares one of her pictures with a description of the subject, the story behind it, and the artistic process that went into it.
Teen Tech Talk
Get Rewarded for Searching the Web with Bing!
Bing lets you earn a few extra bucks just by being online!
A great selection of STEM gift ideas for older kids and teens!
An infographic that takes a look at why LEGOs are so awesome and shows how they can be used in educational settings.
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