The February 2020 issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine is online at HomeschoolingTeen.com!
Happy February! How are you coming on your New Year’s Resolutions? A few common ones are eating healthier, losing weight, and reducing stress. Maybe you can find some information in this month’s issue that will help you with yours.
This month we have articles about Driver’s Education and Homeschooling, Private vs. Public Universities, 21st Century Skills, High-Protein Breakfasts, How Environmental Studies are Rooted in Math, the New Hillsdale College Online Course Website, The Impact of PragerU, Social Media Predictions, and more.
We’ve posted a Guide to Athletic Scholarships and a list of Must-Have Vinyl Record Albums for your collection, as well as reviews of The Housekeeper and the Professor, Dark Agenda, and the HP Chromebook.
There is an article on “Valentine’s Day Ideas That Teens and Parents Will Love,” and an article titled “Questions to Ask Before Popping the Question.” To accompany that one, we’ve compiled an e-book of important questions to ask before you get married.
We also want to make you aware of a special film that will be showing for TWO NIGHTS ONLY February 24th and 25th – it’s called Free Burma Rangers and it’s the true story of a courageous homeschool family with a compassion for oppressed people.
Take a look at all these articles and more, in the table of contents below:
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Homeschooling Teen is a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers ages 13-19, BY Homeschool Teens… FOR Homeschool Teens!
Homeschooling Teen Profile
As members of the Free Burma Rangers, David Eubank and his wife Karen, along with their three children, have been on the front lines rescuing victims of war and terror since 1997.
Homeschooling High School
Valentine’s Day may be known as the holiday of love, but that doesn’t mean only couples can celebrate.
Hillsdale has launched a new online course website, with 25 classes you can take free of charge.
Homeschool Friendly College
Here are a few things for you to consider if you are wondering if a private vs. public university is right for you.
If you are in a serious relationship, it would be a good idea to start giving these questions some careful thought.
Just like any other subject, 21st century skills can be taught, practiced, and incorporated into everyone’s life.
Read the Bible
A famous Jewish author is warning Christians they are in danger; they are targeted by secular leftists who want to destroy Christianity in America.
PragerU is changing hearts and minds by effectively reaching millions of young people from all walks of life every day.
Her Homeschooled Highness Reviews
Yoko Ogawa’s “The Housekeeper and the Professor” is an enchanting story about the curious equations that can create a family.
Here I present to you a complete 100% honest and raw review of the HP Chromebook 11 g5.
Play these must-have albums on your turntable, and listen to how the music was originally meant to be heard.
Atari’s hotels promise to blend Atari-themed lodging with lots of video gaming experiences.
ASMZINE is pleased to offer an annual college scholarship for students interested in technology and blogging.
Mathematics as a topic of study might seem far removed from the natural world, but much of what we know about the environment is rooted in math.
These tasty high-protein breakfasts are packed with nutrients that will keep you full all morning.
Travel & Recreation
Driver’s education should include lessons in safety, auto insurance, basic car repairs and maintenance.
Scholarship essays and academic requirements are common even when applying to athletic scholarships.
By observing current trends, we can make some social media predictions for the year 2020 and beyond.
Your freebie for this month is:
We worked really hard to compile this e-book of questions. Hopefully we’ve thought of everything. But if you can think of a good question that we didn’t include, e-mail it to email@example.com and we’ll add a list of questions submitted by readers!
P.S. If you don’t have a sweetheart, take our advice: bake a chocolate cake, snuggle up with a good book, and have a Happy Valentine’s Day anyway! We love you! 🙂
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