Disclosure: This post is a sponsored conversation on behalf of Time4Learning. I received a free trial and additional compensation but a favorable review was not required and opinions are 100% my own.
When I was selected recently by the iHomeschool Network to review the online educational program, Time4Learning, I was tremendously excited. I have been glancing at the Time4Learning website and considering whether it would be useful as homeschool curriculum for three years, and I was thrilled to find that Time4Learning would be extremely suitable for home education, supplemental material, or as an alternative to tutoring.
Time4Learning for Preschool, 1st Grade, & 3rd Grade
I allowed each of my children to play… I mean STUDY… with Time4Learning.
Ruble ~ The Preschooler
Ordinarily, Ruble does not use the computer for school and was thrilled at his first experience with online learning. I sat with him and guided him through the lessons, which he found to be quite enjoyable.
Franc ~ The 1st Grader
Franc is well-acquainted with online games at PBS Kids but normally does not have formal lessons on the computer. He felt rewarded since he has watched Lira have her math on the computer for months. Finally, it was his turn.
Lira ~ The 3rd Grader
Since Lira struggles with reading comprehension due to her Autism Spectrum Disorder, I was grateful for the emphasis we found at Time4Learning. This was an aspect of her current curriculum we were missing and Time4Learning provided a perfect supplement.
An All-Inclusive Homeschool Curriculum
Visit Time4Learning and try a demo, view lesson plans, and more. With your $19.95 per month membership ($14.95 per month for each additional child), you receive everything you need to educate your child from home, supplement school curriculum, or just provide educational but fun learning experiences.
Time4Learning includes the following:
* Online curriculum for grades Pre-K through 8th
* More than 1,000 interactive animated lessons
* Math & algebra tutorials & printable worksheets
* Language arts, phonics & grammar lessons
* Interactive, project-based reading activities
* Science (grades 1st – 6th) & social studies (grades 2nd – 7th)
* Access to the grade above and below in each subject (to review or move ahead at will)
* Detailed reporting for easy record keeping
* Extensive lesson plans & teaching tools for parents
and much more…
If you are not completely satisfied – which is not possible in my opinion – Time4Learning offers a 14 day money-back guarantee and no contracts so that you can cancel at any time.
If you are apprehensive about the price, keep in mind that Time4Learning offers resources to make it a complete curriculum at no additional charge. If you use the program for your 9-month homeschool curriculum, you will be paying only $179.55 (for one child). Considering that we paid $119 JUST for Lira’s math curriculum this year, Time4Learning is a tremendous value.
Setting Up Your Time4Learning Account
If you are hesitant to try Time4Learning because you are dreading a long list of sign-up necessities, let me put your unease to rest. The process is much simpler than several other review modules I have experienced and you even get to choose a free gift when you open your account.
The hardest part is the initial placement and let’s face facts… if you have been in the room with your child for even a small amount of time, you could complete this assessment and have them placed at the perfect spot to maximize their learning experience through Time4Learning.
Personally, I found that the learning placement was a tremendous stress reliever since I knew my children would not be rehashing items they already know, but would not miss the parts of each subject where they needed additional help.
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