Summer Reading Isn’t Over Yet, Check Out These Books!
Reading throughout the year is important for children of all ages, but summer reading is especially important, as kids (and sometimes parents), tend to take time off from school activities. In fact, the Cleveland Clinic found many advantages to reading: “Reading with your children builds warm and happy associations with books, increasing the likelihood that […]
Time4Learning Checks All the Boxes on One Mom’s Curriculum Wishlist
Marie Williams is a busy mom, wife, mentor, and tutoring group director from Georgia. She also works at a local university in her hometown. With three children, two in elementary and one in middle school, Marie does everything she can to use her time as wisely and efficiently as possible. Marie recently joined us on […]
Learning on the Road – Mammoth Cave National Park
Sandra and Julio Peña are roadschooling parents. Tired of the city life, they bought an RV and are exploring our nation, while learning on the road with their four children ages 10, 9, 5, and 4, two of whom use Time4Learning. Thanks to the flexibility of roadschooling with Time4Learning, their days on the road are […]
Once Reluctant Homeschooler Now Thriving Alumna
A few years ago, if you had asked Lilianna Gusky if she would be a homeschool graduate, she might have scoffed at the mere idea of it. Although her little brother had always been taught at home, homeschooling was definitely not the route for her. School meant friends. School meant a social life. Like many who […]
Reflections on Our First Graduation Celebration
By John Edelson, Founder and President of Time4Learning After almost two decades of providing online education to homeschoolers, Time4Learning recently stepped into a new space, and hosted our first online graduation celebration for high school seniors. Historically, we have not held such an event since we are a curriculum provider and not a school. Year-after-year, […]
From Stressed to Self-Confident – One Student’s Journey
When her daughter’s school transitioned from full-time virtual instruction to part-time, in-school instruction during the pandemic, Cristina soon noticed a change in her nine-year-old’s demeanor. Not only was Elizabeth Rose coming home with signs of anxiety, her grades were also suffering and she was barely sleeping and eating. Cristina wasn’t the only one who noticed. […]
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