Ideas for Celebrating Lunar New Year
The Lunar New Year, which falls on February 1st this year, also known as Spring Festival in some areas, is the observance of the new year using the lunisolar calendar. It’s traditionally celebrated in China and several other Asian countries such as South Korea, Vietnam, and Tibet. The New Year begins with the first new […]
Homeschooling Made Me Question How We Educate Children. You Should, Too.
Kids ages 5 and over are now eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, and many parents are faced with the difficult decision of whether to send their kids back to in-person classes, continue homeschooling, or try a hybrid approach. And school districts are doing whatever they can to influence this decision. Reports of decreased enrollment in […]
Time4Learning Proudly Celebrates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s activism and his historic and moving speeches have inspired millions throughout the years. Besides being an exceptional orator, Dr. King was also instrumental in significant legislative changes in the United States, including the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Voting Rights Act of 1965, the Immigration and Nationality Services Act […]
Homeschooling Over the Years
Did you know that before the first truancy laws were put into place in the early 1850s, most parents in America educated their children at home? The education involved fundamental reading, writing, and arithmetic. Yet, children also learned practical life skills while also completing their daily household chores. This was the norm, and the term […]
Homeschool Predictions: 2022 and Beyond
By John Edelson, Founder and President of Time4Learning It has been remarkable to witness the growth of homeschooling during the past two years. This growth can be largely attributed to the global pandemic, as millions of families were faced with the challenges of remote learning in Zoom-type classroom settings. As children struggled, many families migrated […]
How to Keep Your Children Learning During the Holidays!
We have so much to be grateful for this holiday season, especially during these challenging times. Celebrating with your family and friends is important. While many students who attend traditional schools are on break, it shouldn’t mean that learning has to stop too for homeschoolers. Here are some educational holiday activities and themes that will […]
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