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What You Need To Know

By Brittany Nichole Collett. Is this the generation of change? I hope so. And hopefully, after you have finished reading this article you’ll know what to do to change it.



Knowing is Living – Dangerous Drugs that are Popular with Teens

Teens have become dangerously experimental in the last several years. From smoking unknown substances to taking pills filled with mystery powder, they have become very brave so to speak. Many of these new drugs are simply altered or mixed versions of existing drugs that heightens the feelings or changes the experience and can be potentially […]



WANTED: Homeschooling Teen Volunteers!

Attention Homeschooling Teens! Would you like to develop your skills and put your talents to good use while serving the homeschool community? Volunteer with Homeschooling Teen magazine and get credit for service learning while gaining valuable experience for college applications and resumes. Homeschooling Teen is seeking homeschool students or graduates to serve in the following […]



Web Design for Kids and Teens!

By Chris Yust, Homeschool Programming, Inc. In this highly technological age, you may find that your children spend quite a bit of time on the Internet! They may be working in online classes, researching topics for papers, updating their social media outlets like Facebook and Twitter, or just surfing the web.  Regardless of what your […]



Essential Parenting Tips for Teenagers

by Sophie One area which most parents have great difficulty in is the bringing up of teens. When the children are young it is easy to control them by giving them presents and occasional disciplining. When they attain the teenage years, controlling then becomes difficult. This is mainly because of the issue of adolescence which […]



5 Homeschooling Tips for Parents of Teens

By Claudia With homeschool training, you can help your child in many ways. You provide them the option of modifying their educational requirements. For example, online and practical trainings provide opportunities to become acquainted with a desired degree program. There is a huge amount of information available for parents who homeschool their kids. But when […]



Journey of the Wood Thrush

Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years, by McKennaugh It’s hard to be a teenager. We’re stuck somewhere between childhood and adulthood and everyone seems to be asking us what we are going to do and who we are going to be. A lot of the time we answer their questions with, “I don’t know,” because […]



Seth & Rachel Hiser

Seth and Rachel Hiser are a husband and wife entrepreneurial team who founded a company called BioVivara in 2009. BioVivara develops vivariums (Latin for “place of life”) along with starter kits, accessories, and educational resources to promote healthy indoor habitats for exotic plants and animals. Their systems provide a framework for recreating the special environmental […]



5 Green Activities for Teens

Ideally, it’s up to the younger generation to make sure that the earth’s future is a promising one. That said, it’s important to teach children about sustainability as soon as possible. If your child is now in his or her teen years, it’s still not too late. There are tons of fun, age appropriate green […]



The Razor’s Edge

New Column! Hello, my name is Madeleine Richey. I’m a sixteen-year-old in Fort Wayne, IN, where I have spent the last year learning about my new town and figuring out which street leads where, making new friends, and finding books, people, places, and things that inspire my stories, from the beer can lying in the grass to the old man at the bus stop. I’m […]



Dreams are Essential for Helping Youth Get Through Puberty

By Ronald E. Johnson, C.Ph.D. For many years, I have practiced the habit of challenging teenagers with the question, “What is your big dream?” Most teenagers momentarily look a bit startled, then respond with a definite statement. Others will be perplexed and answer, “I am not sure; I really do not know.”  For those youth, […]



Revelation on Homeschooling Teens

Our pastor did a series on Revelation, and I had quite a revelation about teenagers, and how to deal with them. In Revelation, each letter to the churches is a rather “difficult” message for them to receive. And each one follows a recipe for instruction: Encouragement. Correction. Motivation. Each letter contains an encouragement; a listing […]



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