Homeschooling Teen – September 2015

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You may remember that Katie Dodd wrote her final “Country Girl’s Knowledge” column in June. Now Katie’s younger sister is starting her own column, “Life Through a Teen’s Eyes.” Welcome Alesha!

Narrelle writes on “Limiting the American Presidency to Six Years,” Sherah reports on “Taxi Fabric: Transforming Cabs into Art Masterpieces,” Nick warns about privacy concerns with Windows 10, Olyvea and Ethan give their usual great advice, Grace writes about “Whole Wellness,” Rachel Joy ponders “Where is Home?” and Aria wonders “What is Life?”

Read a review of the new movie War Room, a book review on Tsunami 2004: Still Wading Through the Waves of Hope, a game review of Trine 3, and an anime review of Kaze no Yojimbo.

Also in this issue:

A new app that helps high school students choose a career path; simple and easy money making ideas for teenagers; degrees in the soft sciences; Canva’s free online design platform; and “College Out of the Box.”

Plus Zoe is back with her colorful artwork, and we have an infographic on the benefits of the English language as the corporate standard.

See the complete contents below:


College Out of the Box

How a student can finish high school and college at the same time – for under $ 6,000!


Simple and Easy Money Making Ideas for Teenagers

Teenagers can earn money in many ways such as starting their own work, searching jobs online like writing or blogging, by selling crafts and stuff, etc.


Four Tips to Better Educate Teenagers

How teenagers can be better educated through very simple ways.


6 Powerful Ways to be Productive at Study Time

Utilize each and every hour in a proactive manner to achieve more output in less time.


New App Helps Students Choose a Career Path

A new online tool called me3 is part personality quiz, part career adviser for teens.


Education is Evolving: 5 Trends Shifting the College Landscape

These are just a few trends that are changing the college landscape.


Taxi Fabric: Transforming Cabs Into Art Masterpieces

Designers are giving cabs beautiful makeovers in Mumbai, India.


Limiting the American Presidency to Six Years

It is time for a change, for a presidency focused on policy, not politics.


Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice

Olyvea and Ethan answer questions on homeschooling, dating, and life in general.


Where is Home?

Rachel Joy recently moved from Washington to Oklahoma, so what does “home” mean to her?


What is Life?

The choices we make have an effect on the future, so how we choose to spend our life matters.


Life Through a Teen’s Eyes

My family is full of surprises…


Whole Wellness

Emotional health and what keeps it in balance to create full wellness.


Making the Case for a Degree in the Soft Sciences

A sociology degree provides an educational background in research, statistics, and the experimental method.


Canva: Teaching the World to Design

Canva’s free online design platform helps everyone learn to be a graphic artist.


Knock Before you SMASH! Privacy Concern Windows 10

Microsoft’s new Windows 10 collects more data than people might be used to on PC.


Tsunami 2004: Still Wading Through Waves of Hope, by Holly Michael

Holly’s journey to India with her husband and a friend, and the people they helped.


War Room: New Movie from the Kendrick Brothers!

WAR ROOM is a vivid reminder that prayer is a powerful weapon.


Kaze no Yojimbo

This anime skillfully weaves together elements of mystery, action, and film noir.


Trine 3

The pros and cons of Trine 3.



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


Benefits of English as the Corporate Standard

With it being the most widespread language in the world, global corporations do business in English.


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