[Today's article "Great Summer Reads for Teens" was written by contributor Michelle Habrych.] Summer is a fabulous time to get lost in a good story. For teenagers, it’s also a time to choose books they may not have time to read during the school year. Here are some recommendations of great summer … [Read more...] about Great Summer Reads for Teens
Using the Library with Your Homeschooled Teens
[Today's post is by contributor Michelle Habrych.] The local library offers many children’s programs and books, but that’s not all! If you’re homeschooling middle school or high school, the library is an invaluable resource for you! Read about Using the Library with Your Homeschooled … [Read more...] about Using the Library with Your Homeschooled Teens
Review of Micro Business for Teens
Today I am happy to review the curriculum Micro Business for Teens. I have spent the last 6 weeks going through 2 books and the workbook with 2 of my kids (ages 10 and 12). The books we used were:Starting a Micro Business (book)Running a Micro Business (book)Micro Business for Teens WorkbookThe … [Read more...] about Review of Micro Business for Teens
Is Snapchat Dangerous?
One of the sessions I took at the 2:1 Conference last weekend was about technology in our homeschools. I learned about a new app, which really isn't new but I had never heard of it. It's called Snapchat and apparently it is extremely popular among teens today. I came home and asked my … [Read more...] about Is Snapchat Dangerous?
Giveaway of iParent.TV Website Subscription
From Gena: The following post is about iParent.TV. It's an incredible new resource website for parents to help us navigate the overwhelming landscape of technology with our kids. If nothing else, I'll have somewhere to go to check to see if I can really feel comfortable allowing a particular app … [Read more...] about Giveaway of iParent.TV Website Subscription
Review/Giveaway “One God, One Plan, One Life: A 365 Devotional” by Max Lucado
I have a review and giveaway today of a devotional by Max Lucado called One God, One Plan, One Life. It's specifically written for teens (adapted by James Lund), and I would even say it's for teen boys. Some of the topics are deep, so I definitely wouldn't recommend the book for children. The … [Read more...] about Review/Giveaway “One God, One Plan, One Life: A 365 Devotional” by Max Lucado