Homeschooling Teen – December 2020

Welcome to the December 2020 issue of Homeschooling Teen magazine! The articles for this month are listed below. Or view them all at Enjoy!


Editor’s Column

Letter from the Editor – December 2020

Homeschooling Teen is a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers ages 13-19, BY Homeschool Teens… FOR Homeschool Teens!


Homeschooling Teen Profile

Sarah Holman, Homeschool Grad and Author

Sarah Holman is a homeschool graduate, author of many books, and blogger at Homeschool Authors.


Guest Column

Tips For Safety In Online Learning

This article will give you a few easy ways to make sure you are safe in online learning.


Homeschooling High School

Homeschool Schedule Ideas for Better Productivity

It’s no secret that scheduling increases productivity, especially for homeschoolers. Have a look at these tips and increase your work efficiency!


Homeschool Electives

Spanish Cultural Program for Teenagers

This four-month Spanish Cultural Program includes a reading club, screening of short films, poetry recitals, and introductory workshops on creative writing.


College Life

Artsy Bucket Wall Décor

Do you like to decorate with artwork, photos, posters and prints? Then you will love Artsy Bucket – they are offering a 20% discount for


Homeschool Friendly College

Mount Hood Community College

The Mount Hood Community College student body mirrors the diverse group of people that make up the community.



Discussing Alternative Options to College with Your Teen

From trades to jobs that can be done without a degree, here are some alternative options to college.


Readers Write


Gemma says: “I’ve been homeschooled all my life. I love to write poetry and prose.”


Camille’s Poetry Corner

We Are the Voice

The goal of writing this poem is to empower people everywhere to speak out and stop ocean pollution.



Mindful Ways to De-stress During the Holidays

We all have those bad days after which we need to de-stress.


Life’s a Beach

Cooking with the Beach Chilies

Ali writes about all the big and little happenings that spice life up, the chaos of a big family, homeschooling, farming, and cooking.


Grace’s Garden

Review of Avatar: The Last Airbender Season Two

Avatar: The Last Airbender Season One was good, but I recently watched Avatar: The Last Airbender Season Two, and… it gets better.


Read the Bible

Shouting for Joy: Worshiping in God’s Presence

In keeping with the Christmas season, let me share a thought about shouting for joy in God’s presence.


Right-Wing Teen

Contested Elections are Nothing New

Our nation’s first contested presidential election was in 1800 and the most recent was in 2000.


Advice Paradise

Advice Paradise: Right and Wrong, Trash Talk, and More

Advice Paradise is a new column where you can ask questions, read our answers, and offer your own advice!


The World Around Us

Holiday Hosting in the Age of COVID-19: Practical Tips for Parents

Holiday gatherings may look different this year, but that doesn’t mean you need to put your holiday hosting duties on hold.


Product Reviews

What is a Weighted Blanket?

Swaddling is the ancient practice of snugly wrapping a baby to calm them and help them sleep. Now you can get cozy, too, in a weighted blanket!


Teen Tech Talk

Ten Top Tech Toys for Teens

Looking for great gift ideas for tech-loving teens? Check out this list of ten tech toys for teens!



Rosetta Institute Science Camps for High School Students

Rosetta Institute workshops are offered year-round, with residential, commuter, and online options available.



HireAHelper Skilled Trade & Technology Scholarships

HireAHelper is passionate about helping students achieve higher education, so they offer a $2,000 scholarship four times a year.



Infographic: All About Christmas Trees

An infographic showing the history of Christmas trees, the five common types of Christmas trees, and popular decorating trends.


Your freebie for this month is: “The Nativity Story.”

Two-page Word doc | Two-page PDF

Print it out (double-sided) and make copies for inserting in Christmas cards, give as handouts, or read aloud to the kids. Remember, Jesus is the reason for the season.——————————

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