Homeschooling Teen

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Homeschooling Teen – January 2015

HAPPY NEW YEAR! This month’s issue features Joshua DeJong, who has a unique hobby that he turned into a business – making replica World War II parachutes! Olyvea and Ethan give advice on how to deal with parents getting divorced, and Katie tells how to train your animals. Nick wrote an article about “The Fall of Games, Rise of PC” and Narrelle wrote an essay on “The Twenty-First Century Addiction.” Find out how LEGO bricks are used to teach STEM and other subjects. Be sure to read all the reviews, study the infographic on bottled water vs. tap water, and take a look at Zoe’s new drawing. You can also learn about online degree programs, time management and study tips for college, how to become a superior entrepreneur, and more. See the complete list of contents below and view this month’s magazine at


Joshua DeJong: Parachute Rigger

Joshua DeJong, a homeschool graduate from Arizona, has a unique hobby that he turned into a business – making replica World War II parachutes!


Things Students Ought to Think About Learning Online

More homeschool students these days are enrolling in online college classes, and even top universities offer online degree programs.


Time Management Tips for College Students to Learn Smarter Rather than Harder

These time management tips for college students will help you study smarter so you can keep your grades up and still have a life.


Explore Five Most Common Issues of the Schooling System

There are many strings attached with public schooling, which is forcing parents to teach their teens at home.


How to Make Your College Life Productive and Enjoyable

College is that stage of life when we are young, energetic, and becoming more sensible if we can adopt good qualities.


How to Become a Superior Entrepreneur through your MBA Degree

With a MBA degree, you figure out how others tackle issues and that can be priceless as you set out in your own business profession.


How to Deal with Divorce

Olyvea Pancerella and Ethan Faulkes answer some difficult questions with good advice.



When it comes to your animal, you should always be the lead mare, or alpha, or you won’t get the respect you need from your animal.


The Fall of Games, Rise of PC?

Back then we used to feel the excitement that each new console will improve the best graphics. Now it seems that people are starting to get games digitally and better.


The Twenty-First Century Addiction

Three teenagers. All friends. Each with a palm-sized, fully activated smartphone in his or her face. None of them interacting. None of them noticing the life around them.


Soul Surfer by Bethany Hamilton

Bethany tells her story about when her arm was taken off by a shark, how she never lost her faith in God, and never gave up her dream.


The Maze Runner

Outside the towering stone walls that surround the Glade is a limitless, ever-changing maze. It’s the only way out—and no one’s ever made it through alive.


The Last Legion

An entertaining family movie offering a mix of Imperial Rome and Arthurian England.

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Castle in the Sky

An enjoyable Japanese animated adventure movie written and directed by Hayao Miyazaki.


Stop Disasters Game

Stop Disasters is a free-to-play online Sim City-style game that teaches about natural disasters and how to protect against them.


Zoe’s Art Corner: Sox the Fox

Zoe shares one of her pictures with a description of the subject, the story behind it, and the artistic process that went into it.


Mobile Phones and Learning – They May Go Along Well!

Mobile phones are associated with wasting time and shortening attention spans, but they can also be a valuable educational tool.


LEGO Bricks in Education: An Overview

LEGO bricks are great for learning STEM subjects… and much more!


Facts About Bottled Water

A visual representation of bottled water vs. tap water.


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