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HOMESCHOOL TIPS & ADVICE

How to Set SMART and Practical Homeschool Student Goals

Whether it is required by your state or not, homeschool goal-setting is simply good educational practice. In essence, by choosing to homeschool your child, you have decided to move your child’s education from group-centered to individualized. In doing so, you have grasped the opportunity to build an education based on your child’s strengths, challenges, and […]

Mindy
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HOMESCHOOL TIPS & ADVICE

Can Homeschoolers Play Sports?

For my 14-year-old daughter, Alana, golf is more than just a sport. It’s her passion. After a year or so of homeschooling, she informed us that she really wanted to “get into” golf after learning and playing informally for years. We signed her up for lessons with an LPGA golf professional and soon discovered the […]

Mindy
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HOMESCHOOL TIPS & ADVICE

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
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STORIES, NEWS & INFORMATION

Year-Round Homeschooling Benefits and Schedules

At some point during the homeschool year, you may notice that your September through June schedule isn’t working. The flexibility, spontaneity, and relaxed pace you and your kids loved about homeschooling doesn’t feel the same anymore. Year-round homeschooling may help you out of your slump and the traditional school year calendar mindset. It can provide […]

The Time4Learning Team
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AFTERSCHOOL RESOURCES & SKILL-BUILDING IDEAS

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 […]

Katie
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HOMESCHOOL TIPS & ADVICE

Connecting a Nature Walk with Art and Science

By John Edelson, Founder and President of Time4Learning Many parents love the idea of education being a way of life. They love the idea of the world being their classroom. They love the idea of having a curriculum that allows students to improve their retention by practicing skills they previously learned. And they love the […]

The Time4Learning Team
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STORIES, NEWS & INFORMATION

How Educators Make Homeschooling Work

According to several homeschool studies, a growing number of educators are homeschooling. In a Hanover Research study, commissioned by Time4Learning, 36 percent of the 976 survey respondents said they were employed in K-12 education. Why is that? Teachers are increasingly challenged by shifting state requirements, staff shortages, and increased demands for virtual instruction, all while […]

Mindy
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MEMBER INTERVIEWS & STORIES

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 […]

The Time4Learning Team
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HOMESCHOOL TIPS & ADVICE

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 […]

The Time4Learning Team
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MEMBER INTERVIEWS & STORIES

We’re Glad We Switched to Homeschooling Before the Pandemic

“Well, you picked a good time to homeschool!” I cannot count the number of times I heard that comment from friends and family over the past year and a half. In September of 2019, just prior to the pandemic, I decided to homeschool my daughter, who had been in traditional school from preschool through the […]

Mindy
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CONTESTS, CONVENTIONS & 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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MEMBER INTERVIEWS & 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 […]

Christina
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MEMBER INTERVIEWS & 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) […]

Christina
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MEMBER INTERVIEWS & 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 […]

The Time4Learning Team
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HOMESCHOOL TIPS & ADVICE

Ways to Deal With a Bad Homeschooling Day

You wake up refreshed from the weekend following a great homeschooling week. You are excited about what you have planned for the new homeschooling day with your child. Then the day starts, and you quickly realize that this will not be your favorite homeschooling day. It will probably not be your child’s favorite homeschooling day […]

Mindy
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