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Time4Learning Checks All the Boxes on One Mom’s Curriculum Wishlist

Marie Williams is a busy mom, wife, mentor, and tutoring group director from Georgia. She also works at a local university in her hometown. With three children, two in elementary and one in middle school, Marie does everything she can to use her time as wisely and efficiently as possible. Marie recently joined us on […]

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Learning on the Road – Mammoth Cave National Park

Sandra and Julio Peña are roadschooling parents. Tired of the city life, they bought an RV and are exploring our nation, while learning on the road with their four children ages 10, 9, 5, and 4, two of whom use Time4Learning. Thanks to the flexibility of roadschooling with Time4Learning, their days on the road are […]

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HOMESCHOOL

Learning Pods: The Best of Both Worlds for Some Homeschoolers

Prior to the pandemic, terms like learning pods and micro-schools were only familiar to those steeped in educational lingo. In a single year, they’ve risen to the top of the news cycle and into the vocabularies of the average family. As kids return to the classroom, though, we could probably expect those two words to […]

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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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Roadschooling Family Takes Flexible Learning to New Heights

We hope you enjoy this special Q&A interview with Sandra Peña, a roadschooling mom with four children ages 10, 9, 5, and 4, two of whom use Time4Learning to continue the learning on the road. Tired of the city life, the Peñas bought an RV and joined the growing community of roadschoolers in the U.S. […]

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AFTERSCHOOL/SKILL BUILDING

How to Use Time4Learning to Reverse Summer Learning Loss

Following a year where we faced a global pandemic, and absolutely every school norm was broken, this summer will likely look very different as well. For parents who have noticed their child(ren) falling behind academically, the next few months are a crucial opportunity to get things back on track. This is especially true for vulnerable […]

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Top Five Ways for Homeschooling Parents to Stay Engaged

Homeschool burnout affects even the most prepared and seasoned homeschool parent. Juggling schedules and balancing home life, homeschooling, and often work, can be exhausting. As the end of your school year approaches, within this very challenging year, many homeschool parents are finding it harder to stay engaged and focused on the finish line. In addition […]

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Double Duty: Meet a Virtual Teacher and Homeschooling Mom

Homeschooling was never on the agenda for Jenna G. from Texas. After all, as a long-time public school teacher, she always planned on having her 4-year-old son go to a brick-and-mortar school. Then, the pandemic hit, and in March of 2020, her son, Aiden, started remote learning like millions of children. Later that year in […]

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Fun Ways to Keep the Springtime Learning Going!

This has been a year like no other for children across the nation, with social distancing and other pandemic-related challenges preventing them from doing many of the springtime activities they’re used to this time of year. With the end of this challenging school year drawing near, and with the weather getting nicer, it’s not surprising […]

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AFTERSCHOOL/SKILL BUILDING

How to Create the Perfect Learning Space for Your Afterschool Learner

Adding afterschool skill-building to your child’s education is important—especially given the significant learning losses expected from the pandemic—but it can also be challenging. What child wants to come home from a long day of learning at school and do more work? Regardless of your child’s level of motivation, a special learning space for afterschool enrichment […]

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Homeschooling Gives Busy Mom the Gift of Time

With four children ages 10, 7, 3, and 6-months, and a busy work schedule that started at 5:00 a.m. and ended late into the night, New York City resident, Shantasia Black, had a lot on her plate just over a year ago. But it wasn’t the hectic schedule that was stressing her out, it was […]

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Mom Uses Time4Learning to Prevent Her Kids from Falling Behind in School

Like any other parent, Sarah Murphy wants her kids to be happy and successful, and she believes education is the key to achieving these goals. However, she also feels that what the pandemic has done to education has the potential to derail those plans. Sarah lives in Illinois with her two children, a daughter in […]

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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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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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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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