Welcome to the August 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: August 2021
Summer is now in its home stretch, and a new school year is right around the corner.
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Hannah Holmes: Award-Winning Scout, Author, Motivational Speaker
The Latest Trending Book on Goal-Setting was Written by Hannah Holmes, a Homeschooled Fifteen-Year-Old!
Homeschool Friendly College
Point Loma Nazarene University
The Point Loma Nazarene University campus is located on the oceanfront in beautiful San Diego, California!
Homeschooling High School
5 Tips for Protecting Your Homeschool Tech
Protecting your homeschooler’s technology involves mentoring, monitoring, employing antivirus software, using a VPN, and surge protection.
A Principle Approach to the Bible and America
The Principle Approach method uses Biblical basics that your whole family can study together.
University HQ Resources for New College Students
University Headquarters (UniversityHQ) is a comprehensive online resource helping students navigate the higher education process.
Camille’s Poetry Corner
In my poem, I wanted to contrast the myriad of emotions a human feels with the vastness of the universe that makes these vivid emotions seem insignificant.
Book Review: The Ravenwood Saga
For the first time in a long while, I completely recommend these books.
How to Interest Your Teen in Public Service
Encourage your teen to discover a public service opportunity that speaks to them and their values.
Homeschoolers vs. the Government in God’s Not Dead: We the People
“God’s Not Dead: We the People” parallels recent news headlines regarding freedom of speech, religious liberties, and the right of parents to oversee their children’s education.
Read the Bible
Bible Verses For Such a Time as This
For such a time as this: what does the Bible have to say about current events?
Tips for Decorating a Beautiful and Unique Bedroom
Your personal quarters deserve a makeover. That is why we have prepared a list of tips that will help you design your dream bedroom.
7 Things to Look for When Buying a Laptop
Here is a list of some of the important things to look for when you are buying a laptop.
Girl Gamers and Gender Inequality in eSports
The problem of discrimination is a real challenge in every sphere – even virtual worlds!
The Relationship Between Homeschooling and Addiction
Homeschooling and addiction are not always mutually exclusive. Never let anyone pressure you to smoke, do drugs, or drink!
Teen Tech Talk
Reclaiming the Smartphone: Tips for Parenting Teens
Join Axis for this free video series on reclaiming the smartphone in your life and the life of your teen.
Meet Oliver Daemen, the First Teen in Space
Oliver Daemen is the youngest person and only teenager in human history to leave Earth and fly in space.
Advice Paradise: Random Math Questions
Advice Paradise is a column where you can ask questions, read our answers, and offer your own advice!
CNA Scholarship Offered By CNA Classes Near Me
A scholarship for those looking to enroll in a Certified Nursing Assistant training program. The CNA scholarship deadline is August 21.
Negotiation Skills Infographic
Check out this infographic to get a complete picture of the negotiation process.
I Have a Dream (PDF) – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. gave this famous speech on August 28, 1963. It’s the one in which he said, “I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character.” Every student should have a copy of the “I Have a Dream” speech to read and study. What does MLK Jr. say about the American Dream? Circle any Biblical references. Underline the quotes from the Declaration of Independence. Find the patriotic song verse. Compare and contrast his ideology to that of the modern BLM movement. Choose your favorite part of the speech to memorize and recite.
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