The August 2019 issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is online at HomeschoolingTeen.com!
Where has the summer gone? It’s already time for back-to-school shopping! Yes, even homeschoolers have to stock up on supplies. Is your study area all organized and ready for learning? If not, check out our articles on home study essentials, homeschooling on a budget, room design, and decorating with colors.
This month we also have articles about such varied topics as how to save money on textbooks, how to support sustainable companies, how to protect your website from hackers, and how to find your next job. Find out why community college is a great option, read a review of The Phantom Tollbooth, and view an infographic on sci-fi weapons. There are two online elective classes to choose from, as well as an app coding challenge.
Breaking news articles cover Big Tech censorship – a shocking must-read! – as well as commentary on the big announcement from Josh Harris. We also have a special article heading up this month’s issue: 15 female homeschoolers who are “Forces for Change.” Hopefully it will inspire you, too, to be a force for change. Enjoy!
Letter from the Editor: August 2019
Homeschooling Teen is a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers ages 13-19 BY Homeschool Teens… FOR Homeschool Teens!
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Homeschooling Teen’s 15 Forces for Change
Meet 15 female homeschoolers who we believe live up to the standards of being “Forces for Change.”
Homeschooling High School
Homeschooling on a Budget: Tips, Advice & More
Here are some tips and helpful advice for homeschooling on a budget.
Home Study Essentials for Back to School
When setting up your home study space, here are some essential features and products to consider.
Intro to Aristotle’s Ethics: How to Lead a Good Life
Register for this free course on Aristotle’s Ethics today!
“Eating You Alive” Online Health Class
A health and healthy eating class for homeschool students/groups, parents, families, friends, church families, co-workers…anyone.
Her Homeschooled Highness Reviews
The Phantom Tollbooth – Norton Juster
The beloved classic story of Milo and his adventures in the Lands Beyond with Tock, the Humbug, and the captive princesses Rhyme and Reason.
Homeschool Friendly College
5 Simple Reasons Community College Should be Your #1 Option
Community college helps women, STEM students, and really anyone who wants to jumpstart their career… fast.
How College Students Save Money on Textbooks
According to a recent survey, most college students shop on Amazon to save money on textbooks.
Job Hopping: Easy Steps to Find Your Next Job
Most job hopping problems arise because people do not know how to look for the right job and do not learn it properly.
The World Around Us
How Teenagers Can Support Sustainable Companies
Learn how you can identify sustainable companies and take action to support them and raise awareness.
The Dangers of Big Tech Censorship
Never mind the Russians… it’s Big Tech censorship that has the power to steal the next presidential election.
Read the Bible
Joshua Harris: He Kissed Marriage Goodbye
Josh found out that there is no magic formula for guaranteeing a perfect, long-lasting marriage.
2019 Congressional App & Coding Challenge
The 2019 Congressional App Challenge encourages students to create and submit their own app for the opportunity to receive national recognition.
Teen Tech Talk
How to Protect Your Website from Hackers
Do you know what tactics should be followed to protect your website from hackers?
How to Craft a Warm Décor Using Colors
Do you like warm colors or cool colors? Colors affect people in very different ways according to age, gender, background, and climate.
5 Ways to Give Your Space a Total Makeover
A simple coat of paint, some new pillows, or a change in design can make all the difference in a room makeover.
Longworth Law Firm Annual College Scholarship
Hurry, the deadline for the annual Longworth Law Firm scholarship is August 31st!
Infographic: The Top Sci-Fi Weapons
An infographic that breaks down iconic weapons and their energy of devastation in joules, an energy measurement of “work done.”
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