Welcome to the July 2020 issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine! Hope you had a fun 4th of July. We couldn’t even have fireworks!
This month we did something a little different for our Homeschooling Teen Profile, since everyone’s been talking about #BlackLivesMatter. We put together a list of famous black homeschoolers, both past and present, and their positive contributions to society.
In addition, with many campuses still being closed due to the pandemic, we made a list of online colleges and universities. These aren’t traditional colleges that also offer online classes on the side – these institutions of higher learning are totally online only!
If you’re a subscriber you may have noticed that we accidentally posted our face mask article prematurely, and it’s included in this issue.
Alexandria wrote a review of No Saints in Kansas, Grace reviewed “The Breadwinner,” and Ali describes what it’s like to live in a big family with nine siblings.
There are lots of other great articles this month, too, on classic children’s literature, the best homeschool printers, tech for pets, and how to put up a tent, just to name a few.
Here is the Table of Contents (scroll all the way down for the freebie!):
Homeschooling Teen is a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers ages 13-19, BY Homeschool Teens… FOR Homeschool Teens!
Homeschooling Teen Profile
We need to get back to the idea of judging people by their character rather than their color, like these famous black homeschoolers.
Homeschool Friendly College
While many colleges and universities offer online programs as an option for students, these institutions of higher learning are exclusively online only.
Homeschooling High School
Make sure you’re ready for life after you graduate high school by learning some real-life skills that will serve you well throughout the years.
Rediscover the joy and importance of classic children’s literature with Hillsdale’s newest online course!
After seeing the results of the Student Voices of America Survey, what are your thoughts on these questions? Do you agree or disagree?
Microsoft has announced a new digital skills initiative aimed at younger workers, women, people of color, people with disabilities, and individuals with less formal education.
La’Tanya advises students and student-athletes on all aspects of college planning, college admissions, securing scholarships and other funding for college.
This YA novel is a fictional take on the real murder of the Clutter family with no obvious motive that occurred on November 15, 1959.
Life’s a Beach
Ali Beach writes about all the big and little happenings that spice life up, the chaos of a big family, homeschooling and farming.
“The Breadwinner” is the story of Parvana, an 11-year-old girl growing up under the Taliban in Afghanistan.
For most people, the terms “video games” and “computer games” are interchangeable, but is there actually a difference?
“Students for Trump” is the official chapter-based, pro-Trump student group on hundreds of college and high school campuses across America.
Read the Bible
What does the Bible say about knowing your worth? What does the Bible say about your value in God’s eyes?
Need a new printer? This mom says HP makes the best homeschool printers!
“How to Homeschool Math” is no ordinary math book; it’s a “how to teach math” book!
Teen Tech Talk
As gadgets for tech-savvy humans proliferate and get smarter, so does tech for pets.
CDC recommendations encourage people to wear face masks in public, but what is the best kind of mask?
Travel & Recreation
Joe has recently begun a website called www.coolwilderness.com where he writes handy guides and tips for people who love camping.
The American flag is an important national symbol of freedom and patriotism for anyone who loves America.
Your exclusive subscriber freebie:
Design a New US Flag – Did you know that the creator of the modern 50-star American flag, Robert Heft, was a high school junior from Ohio? It’s true! His design was chosen over 109,000 others when Alaska and Hawaii became states. What if the U.S. ever gains a 51st state? How would you rearrange the stars to make room for another one?
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