Summer Reading Lists for Students of All Ages
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 […]
How to Monitor and Evaluate Your Student’s Learning
Measuring student learning is an important element of homeschooling. It gives you insights into what your child is doing well, where they are struggling, and opportunities for extended learning. It’s a difficult task for many parents because they’re not sure how to go about doing it. If you’re in that category, don’t worry, you’re not […]
Juneteenth History and Celebrations
Each Fourth of July, our nation celebrates independence from Great Britain. Did you know our nation has a second holiday dedicated to freedom? Juneteenth is a day designated to honor and commemorate the end of slavery in the United States. On June 19, 1865, federal troops finally reached one of the deepest parts of the […]
The Time4Learning 2022 Summer Art Contest
Updated 7/28/22 The Time4Learning 2022 Summer Art Contest was a success thanks to everyone who participated. The art contest was exclusive to members, and we received over 1,400 impressive entries! With so much talent and creativity, it was difficult to choose 12 winners, but we gladly took on the challenge. Check out the winning drawings […]
Set Your Summer Learning Goals
If you have a child who could benefit from summer learning, setting goals can help your student catch up, stay on track, and develop important life skills. Here are some strategies to weave summer goals into your academic year! Summer Strategy for Summer Enrichment If your family typically reserves academics for the school-year calendar, then […]
Our Family’s Favorite Summer Learning Activities
Summertime in South Florida is…hot. For me, it is also the perfect time to evaluate my kiddo’s performance over the last year, and make any necessary adjustments. I learned the hard way that you can’t wait for July or August to roll around to start thinking about the upcoming year. We did that our first […]
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