Welcome to the July 2021 issue of Homeschooling Teen, a monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers and graduates ages 13-19. This month’s articles are listed below, and you can view them online at HomeschoolingTeen.com. Enjoy!
Letter from the Editor: July 2021
A letter from the editor about the 4th of July and Critical Race Theory.
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Jenna Ellis: Advocate for Truth
Homeschool graduate Jenna Ellis is a rising star in conservative American politics.
Homeschool Friendly College
Cedarville University: Committed to Helping Homeschoolers
Cedarville University is a homeschool-friendly Christian university in Southwest Ohio.
Homeschooling High School
Why Critical Thinking Matters: 6 Benefits
Critical thinking is an important skill that promotes curiosity, increases creativity, strengthens problem solving capacity, fosters multifaceted learning, promotes independence, and more.
American Heritage Series with Historian David Barton
Discover the amazing truth of our nation’s Godly foundation in the American Heritage Series.
Going Green: How to Be a Sustainable Student
Going green is a win-win for students – being a sustainable student will not only help the planet, but it can improve your own life as well!
How to Introduce Your Teen to Computer Science and Web Design
Let’s take a look at some of the ways you can gently introduce your teen to computer science and web design to spark their curiosity.
Camille’s Poetry Corner
Freedom of Dance
Spin, Swirl, Clap! A poem about the Freedom of Dance!
Book Review: “Eragon” by Christopher Paolini
Eragon, a 15-year-old boy, discovers a mysterious blue stone in the forest and finds out there is much more to his past and future than he ever imagined.
Creative Pebble Plus Speakers
I love my new Creative Pebble Plus computer speakers!
Students Ashamed to be American are Clueless About America
College students who can’t answer simple questions about American history talk about how ungrateful they are to be American!
Travel & Recreation
12 Most Patriotic Places in America
Explore America’s history – and rekindle your patriotism at the same time!
Read the Bible
The Book of Jonah: A Whale of a Tale
Do you believe the tale of Jonah in the Bible, or do you think it’s just a big fish story?
Advice Paradise: Ask Me Anything
Advice Paradise is a column where you can ask questions, read our answers, and offer your own advice!
25 Low-Calorie Foods That Make You Feel Full
A list of low-calorie foods that are the foundation of a filling, nutritious diet.
3 Hot New Games from Storyastic
Get 3 Hot New $30 Games for $10 each from Storyastic – only on July 10th!
Teen Tech Talk
Introduction to Bitcoin & Cryptocurrency
Did you know…? Computers used to crack the computational puzzles in bitcoin mining are using about 17 percent of all the world’s electricity!
Remote STEM Activities for Your Teen Students
Here are five STEM activities that teen students can do while learning remotely.
Artsy Bucket Scholarship for Photography Enthusiasts
The Artsy Bucket scholarship topic is: “Communicating through photography the concept of freedom related to our lives.”
Summer Outdoor Safety Tips Infographic
A colorful infographic featuring nine summer outdoor safety tips to safeguard your season’s getaways.
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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