Welcome to the November 2022 issue of Homeschooling Teen, a free monthly online magazine for homeschooled high schoolers ages 13-19 and their parents. This month’s articles are listed below, and you can read them all at HomeschoolingTeen.com.
Letter from the Editor: November 2022
What does November mean to you?
Homeschooling Teen Profile
“I feel so lucky to still be here. Take care of yourselves, thank your bodies for all that they do for you. See you all again soon.” -Finneas
Homeschooling High School
How To Help Your Teens Become Independent
Your teens are on the verge of adulthood and they need to practice responsibility so they can take charge of their lives and be independent.
How To Teach Your Teens Medical Terminology They Can Use
If your teenager wants to learn about medical terminology for a possible career or because they have an interest in it, there are a variety of ways to help them.
Homeschooling Your Teen
Inspire a Love of Fitness in Your Teen with These 5 Tips
By encouraging individuality, leading by example, and making fitness a fun part of everyday life, you can help your teen develop lifelong healthy habits.
Preparing Your Homeschooled Teen For College
You’ve done everything you can to help them get into the college of their dreams, now make sure you’re doing your part to ensure they’re ready.
Tips To Start Preparing Your Homeschool Teen for College Now
Numerous resources are available to help ensure your homeschool teen is ready for college.
Homeschool Friendly College
Lewis-Clark State College is a public college in the northwest United States.
Which College Is Best for Your Career
If you are searching for colleges to match your career goals, then read on to learn more.
Election 2022: Top Ten Conservative Women Running for Office
Let’s root for these conservative women candidates to win on Election Day 2022!
Advice Paradise: For the Mathematically Minded
Advice Paradise is a column where you can ask questions, read our answers, and offer your own advice!
Potty Jokes and Death: Wingfeather Saga Review
The humor in The Wingfeather Saga by Andrew Peterson is targeted toward young teens but the content is more suitable for older ones.
7 Revolutionary War Sites Your Teen Should Know
Visiting these Revolutionary War sites is a great way to share your love of American history with your teen.
The World Around Us
Taking Your Teen on the Road: Why Roadschooling Could Be Right for You
If you are wondering if roadschooling is right for your family, then we are here to help.
Physical Education Ideas for Your Homeschooled Teen
There are many creative ways to clock in P.E. hours for your teen. Check out this list of physical education ideas!
Game Reviews & News
10 Reasons Why You Should Play Pickleball
Pickleball is the fastest growing sport in the U.S. because it’s easy to learn, fun to play, and enjoyed by all age groups.
Top 10 Christmas Gifts for Gamers (That Aren’t Games)
Not sure what to get your favorite gamer this Christmas? Here’s a list of ten gifts for gamers that they would be glad to receive!
Teen Tech Talk
Introducing Teens to Computer Science
Teaching teenagers about computer science now will prepare them for their future in a million different ways.
According to a Brainly survey, 56% of middle school girls are interested in STEM while only 40% of junior and senior girls are.
Hurry, the deadline to apply for the Ask Preeto Scholarship is December 1st, 2022!
Infographic: How to Avoid Scams in College
Students need to be aware of the common scams in college and how to avoid them.
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The Thanksgiving Story (PDF ebook)
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