Posts by: The Time4Learning Team
Unit Study Supplement: George Washington, U.S. 1st President
George Washington, the father of our country, is arguably the most important figure of American history. From taking the reins and leading the continental army during the American Revolution, to forging and creating the mold for the American Presidency, many of the views and values of today’s America can be attributed to George Washington. And, […]
Are You Ready for the SAT?
Is your high schooler going to be taking the SAT test later this spring or in the fall? If so, you (and your student) may be feeling a little overwhelmed by the idea of such a high-stakes assessment. This post will break down some of the key things you need to know about SAT test […]
Time4Learning’s 2018 Homeschool Convention Itinerary
Homeschool convention season is upon us! In many different states and regions of the U.S., families will be gathering to network together, discover new programs they may want to incorporate into their homeschool plan, and attend workshops to learn from other homeschoolers and homeschool enthusiasts. Time4Learning is excited to announce which of these events we […]
Unit Study Supplement: Arizona Facts, U.S. 48th State
On February 14, 1912, the last of the contiguous (sharing a common border) states was added to the Union — the state of Arizona. Only Hawaii and Alaska joined the United States after AZ. Although it was late to statehood, Arizona’s timeline before and after admission is an interesting one. Why not dig deeper into […]
Is There an Easier Way to Homeschool?
We were registered for kindergarten! We were so excited because our son had even gotten into the one year-round elementary school in our county via lottery, and after all the great things we’d heard about the principal and the teachers there, we were feeling really positive about the whole experience. Three months before the first […]