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HOMESCHOOL

Don’t Burn Out! Fix Your Homeschool Schedule

We’ve all heard the old adage, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.”  This notion is especially relevant for parents who have created a homeschool schedule that is simply not working for them. If you’re living through this dilemma, don’t sweat it — change your schedule. You have that freedom and flexibility as […]

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TIPS & RESOURCES

Mental Health Check-Up: Tips for Students and Parents

The last year-and-a-half was full of challenges and issues that most of us have never experienced before. In addition to the health concerns brought on by COVID-19, adults and children have had to adjust to being home for prolonged periods away from family, friends, and coworkers. Homes have become our office space as well as […]

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HOMESCHOOL

How Time4Learning Prepares Your High Schooler for College

“But what about college?” “Can homeschoolers go to college?” If you are homeschooling a high schooler, you are likely to hear these questions echoed more than a few times from well-meaning family, friends, and acquaintances. Those who are less familiar with homeschooling tend to assume that it will limit your high schooler’s higher-education options. In […]

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Family Uses Time4Learning to Reverse Learning Loss

According to the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP), only 34% of eighth graders tested at or above a proficient level in math and reading in 2019. The Blalock family experienced this statistic personally, as their son, Jack, had struggled with these subjects throughout his academic career. False Assurance While Jack’s parents were certainly aware […]

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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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Tired of Uncertainty, Homeschool Mom Takes Control

Across the country, many families are facing an important decision- send their children back to traditional school or homeschool. We recently caught up with one parent and Time4Learning member, Amanda Flores, who made the decision to homeschool after growing frustrated by shifting mask mandates in her state. While it was not an easy decision, learn […]

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Time4Learning Empowers Grad to Pursue Her Musical Dreams

At age 3, Laura was nonverbal. Fifteen years later, this Time4Learning graduate is headed to the Detroit Institute of Music Education (DIME) to pursue a college degree. This educational journey has involved therapy, and the determination of her parents to encourage Laura’s talents. Above all else, it underscores the power of Laura’s own strength, determination, […]

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HOMESCHOOL

Survey Says: It’s Back to Homeschool with Time4Learning

It’s no secret that 2020/2021 was homeschooling’s banner year.  Google searches for “how to homeschool” skyrocketed and the number of families who homeschooled more than doubled. According to the Washington Post, the percentage of children in homeschooling has nearly tripled since mid-2019, and by May of this year, more than 1 out of every 12 […]

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TIPS & RESOURCES

Back to Homeschool! 5 Steps to Create an Optimal Learning Space

Homeschoolers have a lot on their plates: from choosing the proper curriculum, creating a schedule that fits your family’s needs, keeping track of your child’s progress, and including extracurricular activities. One essential element that could help make for a successful homeschool year is creating the optimal learning environment. You may be thinking of setting up […]

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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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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
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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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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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