Welcome to the June 2020 issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine!
Congratulations to Grace Heine, one of our writers, who is graduating on June 6th! This month she submitted her final book review. We’ll be sad to see her go, but we wish her all the best. She’s going to volunteer in the library, the perfect job for book lovers! If you would like to take over as book reviewer, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Guess what… Alexandria picked up a new hobby – skateboarding! She wrote an article telling all about it. Also this month we have two new international writers! Alicia Beach is writing from Canada, and Vanya Hofmann (aka Grace Gardener) is writing from The Netherlands. Welcome to both of you!
Deb Hagerty, a former homeschooler who now runs a tutoring company, wrote a guest post on Learning Styles. She’s offering a discount on individual learning styles mini assessments for our readers, and she also contributed a freebie for subscribers.
There are lots of other great articles this month, too, from current events to teen entrepreneurs and more. Here is the 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
Here are 10 homeschooled teen entrepreneurs who went on to become successful business owners.
Homeschool Friendly College
Study at the beautiful Liberty University campus in central Virginia or online from anywhere in the world!
Learn about the VARK method for classifying learning styles and register for your individual learning styles mini assessment.
Homeschooling High School
There are some skills that simply can’t be learned from a book and need to be picked up through life experiences. That’s the difference between “book smarts” and “street smarts.”
“After the Fact” is a text on the various methods a historian has at his disposal to help interpret the events of the past.
My life experiences have made me a firm believer in the importance of a quality higher education.
Since homeschoolers are driven by curiosity and love to learn new information, they make great entrepreneurs.
Read the Bible
In this time of crisis, as fires and riots rage across our country, we need our churches like never before.
Timely reminders from The Bill of Rights that apply today.
Her Homeschooled Highness Reviews
I recommend The Giver for everyone – however, the more mature you are the more you will get from reading this phenomenal book.
Vanya reviews “The Letter for the King,” the first Dutch book to be translated into a Netflix series.
Life’s a Beach
NEW COLUMN! Ali writes about all the big and little happenings that spice life up, the chaos of a big family, homeschooling and farming.
I have picked up a new hobby! I’m learning how to skateboard!
The teaching routine has become especially challenging during these times where most classrooms have become remote and students learn from home.
Teen Tech Talk
Launch America: For the first time in history, NASA astronauts have launched from the U.S. in a commercially built and operated spacecraft.
Download and play new multiplayer Chex Quest HD available for free on STEAM!
Pixpa’s list of 30+ top art scholarships for students in Literary Arts, Performing Arts, Visual Arts, etc.
An infographic showing how social media helps in building your brand’s presence in the market.
Your exclusive subscriber freebie(s):
Don’t miss your chance to go down in history as a primary source for the coronavirus pandemic of 2020!
If you have some spare time on your hands and like to doodle or color for therapy, we’ve got a free coloring book for you, courtesy of Erudite Tutors. The pages can be used for drawing, coloring, or even making lists. Download the FREE Erudite Tutors Coloring Book below!
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