Happy October! This month’s issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is online at HomeschoolingTeen.com!
Hopefully you’re already in the swing of your new homeschool routine, but if you’ve had a bit of a bumpy start, learn how to Start the School Year Strong. While you’re at it, there’s a great article on 5 Unique & Engaging Ways to Help Your Teens Learn.
Is there a chronically ill student in your household? Read ten tips for homeschooling chronically ill students. Are you an aspiring artist or just nervous and fidgety when trying to do your homework? What you need is a kneaded eraser! (You can do a lot more with it than just erasing!)
On a more serious note, beware of the dangers of teen vaping. By the way, if you have a passion to help people suffering from substance abuse, consider applying for the Rehab 4 Addiction Scholarship. (Hurry, the deadline is the end of this month.)
Have you heard about the Space Force but you’re not quite sure it’s for real? Read this article that will tell you everything you need to know! Want to combine your interests in STEM and interior design? They have more in common than you might think.
Homeschooling Teen is a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers ages 13-19, BY Homeschool Teens… FOR Homeschool Teens!
Homeschooling High School
Start the school year strong with habits that will also benefit you in the future.
A new, free gaming “Gaming Concepts” curriculum is available from the High School Esports League.
There are many unique and creative ways for you to help your teens learn.
Homeschool Friendly College
If the prospect of college makes your palms sweaty or keeps you up at night, the Homeschooler’s College Ebook Bundle is for you!
The World Around Us
There are numerous fall activities that can spice up lessons and make learning an adventure.
A look at the differences between college life and the real world.
If you love space or always wanted to be an astronaut but can’t get a job at NASA or SpaceX, the Space Corps may be the next best thing!
A popular myth persists that the Nazis were right-wing extremists, when the truth about Nazis is that they were actually liberal progressives.
Read the Bible
Satan is the biggest bully of them all.
Her Homeschooled Highness Reviews
Any book I hate on page one doesn’t deserve to be finished. Not to mention, Welcome to Dead House seems to have been written for future sociopaths.
A kneaded eraser is the only eraser that you can play with like silly putty!
Interior Design is not considered a STEM career, but it does rely on some Science, Technology, Engineering and Math.
The K-12 education sector is expected to see a massive surge in game-based learning over the next five years.
Ten tips for homeschooling chronically ill students.
Teen Tech Talk
E-cigarette aerosol is NOT harmless water vapor. We’re just now learning about the health risks associated with teen vaping.
The deadline for the Rehab 4 Addiction Scholarship is coming up in late October. Hurry, apply now!
Are you a scaredy-cat? Do you have any skeletons in your closet? Learn all about spooky idioms and phrases with our Halloween-themed infographic.
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