Homeschooling Teen – March 2020

Welcome to the March 2020 issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine!

Happy March! We have a variety of articles on a wide range of topics in this month’s issue, including: study tips, cybersecurity, teaching math to teens, the history of 3D technology, The Secret of Platform 13, study stress, college tuition, political parties, used cars, pescetarianism, life skills, and more. The Homeschooling Teen profile features homeschooled cellist Wesley Skinner, and the homeschool-friendly college is Palm Beach Atlantic University. Take a look at the table of contents below, and scroll all the way down for the Freebie of the Month.



Editor’s Column

Letter from the Editor: March 2020

Open this letter to see some pretty flower photos!


Homeschooling Teen Profile

Wesley Skinner: Homeschooled Cellist

Wesley Skinner, a classically-trained performing cellist and teacher, is involved in a spectrum of genres including theater, rock, jazz, folk and bluegrass.


Homeschool Friendly College

Palm Beach Atlantic University Honors First Lady Melania Trump

Palm Beach Atlantic University is a private Christian university in West Palm Beach, Florida.


Homeschooling High School

Life Skills to Teach Homeschoolers Before They Leave the Nest

With careful planning and instruction in life skills, your teen will be well-prepared when it’s time for them to leave home and navigate the world as an adult.


Homeschool Electives

A Land of Hope: An Invitation to the Great American Story

Hillsdale’s Newest Free Online Course, “The Great American Story,” presents the true history of America including its triumphs and shortcomings, helping us learn from those who lived in the past.


College Life

Studying the Costs: Facts and Statistics About College Tuition

After choosing a preferred field of study, start calibrating the costs of college tuition, costs of boarding, and cost of living in general.



6 Reasons Education is Important to Achieve Professional Goals

What can you do to grow in your career and achieve your professional goals? The answer lies in education.



Studying: Tips and Ways to Improve

I have read and seen a lot of different studying tips and ways to study so I compiled some to share.


Right-Wing Teen

So You Turned 18. Now You Can Register to Vote!

Make sure you register to vote if you want to be able to cast your vote in the upcoming presidential election.


Read the Bible

Why Are There So Many Fake Christians?

The more familiar we are with Scripture, the easier it will be for us to detect the true Christians from the fake Christians; i.e. false converts.


Health Corner

Pescetarianism: the Diet for Vegetarians Who Like Fish

Pescetarianism is the practice of eating fish and seafood as part of an otherwise vegetarian diet.


Her Homeschooled Highness Reviews

The Secret of Platform Thirteen – Eva Ibbotson

The Secret of Platform Thirteen is a fun fantasy with many laugh out loud moments.


Game Reviews

The History of 3D Technology, from the Stereoscope to the Viewmaster

The history of 3D technology goes back further than you might think it does. Scope out its history and see how you can teach about it in fun, innovative ways.


Teen Tech Talk

Cybersecurity for Homeschooled Teens

We’ll take a look at some of the threats homeschooled teens face from cybercriminals, and how these can be both addressed and utilized as educationally valuable material.



How to Teach Your Teens Math at Home

Certain subjects offer more worry than others, and math tends to be one of the most stressful ones.


Product Reviews

Top Ten Used Cars for Teens Under $10,000

Our list of ten used cars for teens under $10,000 proves you can find an affordable used car.


The World Around Us

Family Vacation: An Opportunity for Learning and a Chance to Practice Planning Skills

Use your next family vacation as a learning opportunity for your teens to practice skills they don’t get to hone in their ordinary routines.



Scholarships for Exchange Students in Denmark or Sweden

Studying in Denmark or Sweden? Apply for the Findboliger or Bostadslistan scholarship!



Study Stress: 15 Things You Need to Know

Students are among those likely to experience too much stress, especially those who just finished high school and are about to get into college or university.


Your freebie for this month is:

Pescetarianism Word Find –> Print out as a PDF or Word DOC

Editor’s Note: A couple of weeks ago, I read an article about pescetarians (vegetarians who like fish – I didn’t even realize I was a pescetarian!). I was sick at the time and bored (and I’ve always liked word games), so I started making random words using the letters in the word pescetarianism. I got up to 104 – see if you can beat me!


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