Welcome to the December 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.
Wishing everyone a blessed Christmas and New Year!
Homeschooling Teen Profile
Homeschooled poet Camille S. Campbell, author of “Her Poems – Women Poets Who Changed the World,” recently launched the Rising Poets Community.
Homeschooling High School
Getting ready for a new homeschool year can be a lot of work, but it can also be a fun bonding experience for the whole family.
Here are four perks of homeschool with tips for keeping your homeschooled teens learning at a comfortable pace.
No matter what your project turns out to be (or how badly it’s made) both you and your teen can get a lot out of the experience.
Homeschooling Your Teen
Homeschool parents can do many things to help make parenthood while homeschooling a little easier.
The World Around Us
Homeschooling teens need to be involved in their communities in order to have a well-rounded homeschooling experience.
There are several different ways that you can help your homeschooled teen save for college.
Want to work in construction and don’t have a lot of experience? Check out these entry-level construction worker jobs!
Homeschool Friendly College
Goodwin University is a career-focused private university in East Hartford, Connecticut.
Read the Bible
Did you know that on Christmas Eve, 1968, the Apollo 8 crew took turns reading from the book of Genesis in a live broadcast?
This month for our Advice Paradise column we’re posting some Christmas trivia questions and answers. Enjoy!
Are you in search of unique educational gifts for homeschooling friends and family? Please consider the following made by homeschoolers for homeschoolers!
David Clements is an attorney and ex-professor who travels the country trying to promote election integrity.
Any book community that is not strictly Christian – and even some that are – has numerous readers excitedly discussing books that have explicit content.
Teens need to understand the things that human biology entails and how it relates to their life.
Teen Tech Talk
This infographic from Panda Security serves as a beginner’s guide to tech support jargon.
An integrated cross-disciplinary approach to learning STEM subjects can prepare students for careers in both pure and applied sciences.
Enter your original artwork in The Gallery Collection’s 16th Annual Create-a-Greeting Card $10,000 Scholarship Contest!
Here are a variety of Christmas stocking stuffer ideas for all ages, presented in list form and as an infographic.
Your freebie for this month:
The Nativity Story
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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