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Homeschool Laws by State

Getting Started With Homeschooling No one begins homeschooling lightly. Just the fact that you are here on this page proves that you are doing your research, and that is the first step in this exciting journey you are embarking on! One of the most important tools in your “how to homeschool” toolbox should be Time4Learning’s […]

Summer Printable Packet

Your Summer Printable Packet is on its way! If you’re looking for more great homeschooling advice and free resources, or want to learn more about how our curriculum can benefit your homeschool, check out our blog! You’ll receive tips and ideas to keep everyone happy and learning all year long. Keep your children motivated while […]

Homeschool – Friendly College and University Listings

There are many options for post-secondary education for homeschoolers, including colleges, universities, tech schools, internships, community colleges, trades, and more. Every year, the number of colleges ready and willing to accept homeschool graduates continues to grow. To make your search a bit easier, Time4Learning has collected a group of colleges that are especially homeschool friendly. […]

Veterans Day Activities for Children

Each year, on November 11, a Veterans Day National Ceremony is held at Arlington National Cemetery. At 11 a.m., a color guard made up of members from each of the branches of military service, honor and thank all who served in the United States Armed Forces. Many homeschooling families use the time leading up to […]

Unit Study Supplement: Georgia Facts, U.S. 4th State

Georgia, the southeastern state with the largest land mass and population, is sometimes called “The Empire State of the South.” It became part of the United States on January 2, 1788 — the 4th state to join. Let’s celebrate Georgia’s anniversary on January 2nd by learning more about this state’s history. Those pieces of Georgia’s […]

Unit Study Supplement: Martin Luther King, Jr. Facts

Martin Luther King, Jr. became one of the most well known leaders of the Civil Rights Movements in the 1950s and 60s. In this unit study kids will learn about various aspects of his life’s work, how he inspired others, and how he has and continues to be recognized today. If you are incorporating Martin […]

Unit Study Supplement: Florida Facts, U.S. 27th State

The very first region of the continental United States to be explored and settled by Europeans was the area now called “Florida.” Interestingly, though, it was over 300 years before it became the 27th state to join the Union. And that is just one fascinating fact that your homeschooler can learn about this southern state. […]

Unit Study Supplement: James Monroe, U.S. 5th President

Following the War of 1812, America was more united, politically, than they had been in many years. It was in this time of relative stability that Monroe came to power in the U.S. His presidency was one of immense growth for the country, although it was not without growing pains. As a war veteran, previous […]

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