The lake is blue, the clouds are white. The lake shimmers in the sun. The trees blow in the wind, and the wind blows on me. And we are one. By, Violet Thomas Violet is 7-years-old and lives with her parents and younger sister in the beautiful state of Maine. She enjoys playing piano, yoga class, sketching, and running around outside with her dog, Gus. “Writing poems makes me feel so happy. It’s one of my favorite activities!” If your child would like to be considered for publication, please send his or her submission to SEA Homeschoolers. You...Read More
Category: Kid’s Creative Journeys
Income inequality is an issue that negatively affects most teens in America. You hear a lot about it these days. Are you, like many people, wondering what income inequality is? Why you should care about it? From the Founding Fathers, to Franklin Delano Roosevelt, to Bernie Sanders, and many others, this is an issue that has concerned people throughout our country’s history. They were right to be concerned about it. It is a problem, but there are some things we can do to minimize it. Income inequality occurs when a few people have a lot of money, while most...Read More
One of the most universal plights of the average homeschooled highschooler is the matter of learning a language, as four years of language studies are required for entrance into most colleges. Since homeschoolers are both blessed and burdened, depending on the situation, with the removal of the guidelines and restrictions that bind your ordinary public high school student, many homeschooled teens and parents of homeschooled teens turn to groups, forums, and other networks of exchange in search of the most effective means of studying a language at a mature college preparatory level. This is by no means a pointless...Read More
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