Helping Middle School Students Learn. Software that allows the students to be the teacher.
Kids like using the computer to learn, so it makes sense to use it as an educational tool. Time4Learning’s online interactive curriculum engages and challenges middle-schoolers, letting them work at their own pace in an environment that brings concepts to life and makes learning fun!
Time4Learning combines 1000+ multimedia lessons, printable worksheets, graded activities and plenty of practice for middle school students. Language arts and math correlate to all state standards. Science, social studies and art are also provided in most grades to middle schoolers as an added bonus. View the grade by grade curriculum overview to see what’s available.
Parents love the program features. Time4Learning’s middle school program tracks progress and helps kids advance by teaching with individualized learning paths which assure coverage of middle school skills and concepts. They also like the automated system that grades lessons, tracks progress and keeps reports for portfolio use.
Time4Learning is proven effective, has a low monthly price, and provides a money-back guarantee so you can make sure that it works for your middle school student, satisfaction guaranteed! Sign up
Middle School Math
In middle school, the math levels move forward quickly, so children without sound foundational skills can get lost and need remedial help. Time4Learning allows parents to place children independently within our curriculum to ensure that each student is working at his or her optimal level. It is not unusual for a student to be working at an eighth grade language arts level and a seventh grade math level, for instance. The middle school math lesson plans are organized by skills. Each lesson focuses on a skill, first introducing it using an animated or illustrated lesson designed to interest middle school students. Students then work their way through interactive exercises to learn the skill, use printable worksheets for reinforcement, and finally are tested with unit quizzes to assess their mastery of the material. Middle school lesson plans are simple with Time4Learning!
Time4Learning’s middle school math curriculum includes:
- Middle School Number Sense
- Middle School Algebra
- Middle School Geometry and Spatial Reasoning
- Middle School Measurement
- Middle School Data Analysis and Probability
Learn more about Time4Learning’s math curriculum on our Middle School Math Curriculum page.
In sixth grade math, R. Eddie teaches about ordered pairs in the lesson Coordinate Graphing.
In this lesson, sixth graders learn how to locate and plot points on a coordinate graph.
Middle School Language Arts
The middle school language arts program teaches advanced reading comprehension, literary analysis, critical thinking, vocabulary, grammar and punctuation, and writing skills.
In the middle school literary analysis strand, students perform a variety of activities before, during and after reading, and learn to identify genre, voice, point of view, mood and use of various literary techniques such as flashbacks and foreshadowing.
In middle school reading comprehension, students will distinguish between fact and opinion, cause and effect, fantasy and reality, as well as learn to identify the main idea of a passage. Students will paraphrase and summarize in order to enhance comprehension.
In the middle school grammar and punctuation strand, students learn more sophisticated elements of sentence structure, dependent and independent clauses, and work with parts of speech, including action, helping, transitive and intransitive verbs, adverbs and adjectives, and conjunctions.
Middle school writing is developed through extensive composition work that is closely tied to the other skills being taught in middle school language arts.
In the middle school critical thinking strand, students are challenged to think critically as they analyze propaganda techniques and advertising messages, learn to distinguish fact from opinion and work with metaphors, similes and analogies.
Time4Learning solves so many problems and simplifies so many things, it’s hard to know where to start! I guess the most important thing is that it’s given my kids the help they need to do well in school.
In eighth grade, students learn how to identify word meanings based on their root, prefix or suffix.
Middle School Science
Time4Learning offers a standards-based, interactive science curriculum that is available to students in fourth grade and above as part of membership. Middle school science is organized into three standards-based courses and a supplemental course:
- Earth/Space Science – Includes materials covering Earth’s structure, geologic processes, plate tectonics, oceans and the water cycle, Earth’s atmosphere, weather and climate, our solar system, stars, galaxies and more!
- Life Science – Includes materials covering characteristics of living things, plant and animal cell structures, the characteristics of unicellular and multicellular life, genetics, classification of organisms, and more!
- Physical Science – Includes materials covering chemistry, physics, physical and chemical changes, atoms and elements, mixtures and solutions, the periodic table, states of matter, motion, gravity, density and buoyancy, energy, heat, and more!
- Nature of Science – A supplement designed to accompany each of the primary middle school science courses.
For a more descriptive overview, visit the middle school science curriculum page.
In middle school Life Science, students are introduced to genetics.
In this lesson, students learn about the molecular structure of DNA.
Middle School Social Studies
Time4Learning offers middle school social studies enrichment activities through a series of modularized lessons that allow students to learn and review at their own pace. This rich assortment of lessons can be used as a supplement to any standardized curriculum.
Sign up for Time4Learning and gain access to an educational system which will engage and challenge your child to succeed. Make Time4Learning a part of your children’s middle school education.
In seventh grade social studies, students learn about the early years of the United States government.
In this lesson, students learn about how the government is structured and how power is distributed.
Key Features of Time4Learning’s Home Education Program
Time4Learning.com combines 1500+ multimedia lessons, printable worksheets and graded activities in a student-paced environment that brings concepts to life. Math and language arts lessons are correlated to state standards. Science, social studies and art are also provided as a bonus to most grades.
Other key features of the program:
- Students get individual logins and work on their own schedule and pace
- Parents can set the grade level independently for each subject
- The grade above and below are available in most grades for review and additional study
- Detailed lesson plans available for parents who wish to review lesson contents
- Access to an online playground that rewards and motivates
- An automated system grades lessons and keeps reports for homeschool portfolio usage (shown below)
- Sign up and get started on the same day!
Time4Learning is entirely web based, so there is no software to download, no CDs and nothing additional to purchase. Students will be able to access the program 24/7 from any computer with an internet connection.
Time4Learning requires no contracts and offers a 14-day money back guarantee. Browse lesson plans, try the interactive lesson demos, read curriculum reviews, or view the curriculum overview to see what’s available.