Tag: Core Subjects
Unit Study Supplement: Delaware Facts, U.S. 1st State
On December 7, the state of Delaware will celebrate its anniversary as part of the United States. In fact, it was the very first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. But this is only one of the many interesting pieces of information that your homeschoolers will find out in this unit study supplement. We’ll be […]
Veterans Day Activities for Children
Each year, on November 11, a Veterans Day National Ceremony is held at Arlington National Cemetery. At 11 a.m., a color guard made up of members from each of the branches of military service, honor and thank all who served in the United States Armed Forces. Many homeschooling families use the time leading up to […]
Creative Math Help for the Atypical Student
“Average” is only for numbers. Some students need a more customized and creative math approach. Traditional math instruction is designed for “traditional” students. But, what if your student has learning differences and needs remedial math guidance. Or, what about kids especially savvy with numbers who need gifted math intervention? Out-of-the-box learners need a more custom-made […]
Learning Throughout the Summer
Updated: May 4th, 2018 Time certainly does fly. I can’t believe summer is almost here. But before it does arrive, I always like to share some ideas for homeschooling during the summer. I don’t know about you, but my children tend to get a little lazy during the hot summer months. Don’t get me wrong, […]
What About Math?
Time4Learning strongly feels that a solid math foundation is vital for children to succeed. Without these skills, chances are they will have a lot of trouble in school and beyond. It’s no wonder that students with weak math skills have a difficult time with the subject. As a result, they get poor grades and you […]
Is Time4Learning a Complete Curriculum?
I get this question all the time. I’ve asked Kelly, a homeschool mother of six to share her views. Take it away Kelly: I would be cautious about a curriculum that promised to be all that your child will ever need. My children are each very different so I treat each one appropriately. As an […]
Reading Skills: Phonics
Learning to read is an exciting time for children and their families. However, many parents can’t realize that these emerging literacy skills don’t come as second nature and that learning to read is not automatic. Regardless of family background, many children need help. The Reading Skills Pyramid is a helpful resource for parents. It illustrates […]