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CONTESTS & EVENTS

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, […]

The Time4Learning Team
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TIPS & RESOURCES

Homeschool for a Second Year or Go Back to School?

I started homeschooling back when the word and idea were not widely known. Now that 10 percent of the U.S. population is homeschooling, I’m asked more and more by friends whether they should homeschool a second year or return to traditional schooling. A survey from the U.S. Census bureau tells a fascinating story about the […]

Kerry Jones
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MEMBER STORIES

Homeschooling Over the Rainbow, A Mother and Daughter’s Journey Part Two of a Two-Part Series

As we celebrate Autism Awareness Month, we are pleased to share part two of this special series by Christina Stiles, a homeschooling mom and Time4Learning staff member. If you haven’t yet, read part one here. So began the first heartbreaking year for my daughter, Bella, when she was pushed into a classroom at a charter […]

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MEMBER STORIES

Homeschooling Over the Rainbow, a Mother and Daughter’s Journey Part One of a Two-Part Series

As we celebrate Autism Awareness Month, we are pleased to share this special blog post by Christina Stiles, a homeschooling mom and Time4Learning staff member. I can remember it as clear as day: the moment a dear family friend, Marta, (who also happened to be a Speech Pathologist, and like a mother figure to me) […]

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MEMBER STORIES

Flexibility is Homeschooling’s Greatest Benefit for This Family

This blog post was planned about a month ago, but as with everything, life happens. This brings me to the biggest benefit for homeschooling for our family — the flexibility of life. When asked why I homeschool, my answer is typically longer than necessary, but it comes down to finding balance. I’m Julie, mom of […]

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TIPS & RESOURCES

Homeschooling? Check Out These Best Practices, Tips & Tricks

Tips for Successful Homeschooling from a Second-Year Homeschooler New to homeschooling? Welcome to a new world with its own vocabulary! Whether you are just beginning or are a veteran, you will always feel that there are ways to do homeschooling more successfully. As a perfectionist, I needed to accept that first. I began homeschooling my […]

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HOMESCHOOL

Help Improve Your Child’s Critical Thinking Skills

Lately I’ve been thinking about the importance of teaching critical thinking skills to our children. If we want our kids to thrive in the world, then we must ensure that comprehension and critical thinking is part of their education. But how do you even teach critical thinking skills to children? And when is a good […]

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HOMESCHOOL

Quash Homeschool Burnout with Gameschooling

I’ve read about homeschool burnout. Most families describe a sort of smoldering unrest and dissatisfaction with the homeschool status quo. Our homeschool burnout, unfortunately, doesn’t resemble that at all. In the past few months we’ve experienced more of a full-on combustible inferno! Once I felt the temptation to throw my children into the nearest yellow […]

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HOMESCHOOL

Homeschooling When You’re a Single Parent

Homeschooling is a choice, and one I am passionate about. I guess I didn’t realize how passionate, though, until my husband and I separated a few years ago and I had to decide whether to put my girls back in school or begin a whole new chapter: single mom homeschooling.  Surprisingly–most of all to me–I […]

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HOMESCHOOL

How I’m Getting My Homeschool Back on Track

About five minutes after I opened that box of books, workbooks, teacher’s guide, and “supplemental learning tools” last summer, I knew. Yes, they were shiny and new. Yes, they looked exactly like what I expected for our first year of homeschool curriculum. And yes, they ticked off all the boxes for what I thought I […]

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HOMESCHOOL

Things We Learned From Homeschooling Last Year

As parents, we are constantly learning and growing, just like our children. Each homeschool year, my family experiences a number of highs and lows, and in the process, we learn new things. Looking back at last year, there are a lot of takeaways that we can carry with us into the new year. Below are […]

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HOMESCHOOL

Have You Set Your Homeschooling Goals Yet?

Setting Homeschool Goals Planning homeschool goals and objectives isn’t always easy. I remember when we first started homeschooling, I had these grand plans for what we would accomplish throughout our first year. What I didn’t  have was a concrete outline of our goals, therefore actioning on completing them was tough. I discovered, over time, that […]

Kerry Jones
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HOMESCHOOL

Empower Your Children to Dream Big with Homeschooling

My son was that kid. The one who figured out how our Roku® worked, showed his dad and I how to use it, and even figured out how to bypass the parental controls…at age 8! By age 12 he had taught himself a couple different programming languages and had set up his own internet server. […]

Kerry Jones
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HOMESCHOOL

How I Do Year Round Homeschooling

When we first started homeschooling, we followed a traditional school schedule for several years. We would work from September to June, about 180 days, and then take 10-12 weeks of summer vacation. This is what we were accustomed to. It’s common for many families to homeschool following this type of schedule, especially since many of […]

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HOMESCHOOL

How I Started Homeschooling My Child With Behavioral Concerns

My child has always been an eager and enthusiastic learner who excelled throughout her entire elementary school years.  She worked hard to maintain good grades and always made honor roll. As a parent, I was very involved and would always make sure that she studied, did her homework and was prepared for school.  All of […]

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