PreK - 8th Grade
$19.95 / student
$14.95 / month for each additional PreK - 8th student
$30 / student
Includes 4 Courses
Online Language Arts Curriculum
Time4Learning provides a standards-based language arts and English curriculum for preschool-twelfth grade as part of its online program. From the basics of grammar to writing a high school research paper, Time4Learning's online education program takes a comprehensive approach to developing and improving phonemic awareness (reading readiness), phonics, reading fluency, vocabulary, writing skills, comprehension & more. Parents are considered the "teacher of record" and are responsible for reviewing and grading their student's offline lessons and writing projects.
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Time4Learning provides a complete preschool-twelfth grade language arts curriculum, which correlates to all state standards. The materials are delivered using a combination of animated lessons, instructional videos, worksheets, quizzes, tests and both online and offline projects designed to develop and build literacy from the basics through college and career readiness. Language arts is offered in two ways:
Language Arts is a broad area which also includes the following components:
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Time4Learning's early elementary curriculum (preschool through second grade) focuses on phonics, verbal comprehension, reading fluency, vocabulary development, reading comprehension, grammar and other language arts skills by integrating age-appropriate concepts within thematic units of study. Children learn to identify sounds, decode words, and analyze characters and settings in text.
For more detailed descriptions of the lower level elementary language arts curriculum, check out the lesson plans:
In second grade language arts, Mother Bird teaches about story details in the reading comprehension lesson "An Astronaut's Life."
In this lesson, students are prompted to
In third, fourth, and fifth grade, grammar, language conventions and reading strategies are further developed. Students expand upon literary knowledge through exposure to various genres. Grammar skills such as verb tenses, dialogue, and spelling rules are reviewed and applied. Students begin learning elements of the writing process, and respond to stories using critical thinking skills and written communication.
For a more detailed description of the upper level elementary language arts curriculum, check out the lesson plans:
In fourth grade language arts, Jose and Jenae learn how to solve a mystery in the Mysterious Missing Ball
In this lesson, students are asked to solve a mystery using observation skills and clues.
Sixth, seventh and eighth graders are immersed deeper into literature, writing, and grammar. Advanced comprehension skills are developed through the use of context clues, figurative language, point -of -view, and cause and effect. Students learn to create summaries, identify main ideas, and compare and contrast story elements within various literary genres including: news, articles, short stories, persuasive texts and poetry. The writing component focuses on proofreading and editing skills, allowing students to apply their knowledge of conventions and appropriate use of grammar.
For a more detailed description of the middle school language arts curriculum, check out the lesson plans:
In seventh grade language arts, students focus largely on developing vocabulary and reading comprehension skills.
In this lesson, students learn how to identify
The high school English curriculum is organized into courses rather than grade levels. Every level of English study includes writing practice, vocabulary development, reading analysis and both online and offline projects that are designed to help students achieve college and career readiness. Critical reading and writing skills are emphasized, as students learn to read and analyze a variety of types of literature, including short stories, novels, drama, poetry, and speeches.
For more detailed information, check out the high school English ourriculum overview or course description pages:
In the high school English III course,
In this lesson, students are asked to
Time4Learning.com combines 1000+ multimedia lessons, printable worksheets and graded activities in a student-paced environment that brings concepts to life. Math and language arts lessons are correlated to state standards. Science, social studies and art are also provided as a bonus to most grades.
Other key features of the program:
Time4Learning is entirely web based, so there is no software to download, no CDs and nothing additional to purchase. Students will be able to access the program 24/7 from any computer with an internet connection.
Time4Learning requires no contracts and offers a 14-day money back guarantee. Browse lesson plans, try the interactive lesson demos, read curriculum reviews, or view the curriculum overview to see what's available.