Tests were similar to the standardized tests she’ll be taking next month

We really enjoyed our month of trying out Time4Learning!

We used the kindergarten, fifth grade and seventh grade lessons. Gianna got the most use out of the website, since she was always asking to play computer games. Without guilt, ūüėČ ¬†I could let her choose the lessons she wanted and she enjoyed them thoroughly, while learning new things in math, language arts and science. She also took quizzes at the end of each section and did very well.¬†Several times a week¬†she would spend over an hour learning this way!¬†She had so much fun learning I¬†think she thought they were just games ūüôā
Kally¬†practiced her Math and Reading skills and took the tests which were similar to the standardized tests she’ll be taking next month. I know this will help her to know what to expect when she takes them.
Isabella had  challenging lessons and quizzes in Math and Language Arts. They were geared towards the interests of an older kid, not cutesy. She did well and got a lot of practice for upcoming standardized tests.
What I liked about Time4Learning¬†was that¬†the layout of the website was user-friendly,¬† and I could log in and check what lessons the kids had completed and how they did on the quizzes. It¬†was very convenient¬†especially for¬†our family¬†this spring, since we’ve been spending a lot of time outdoors, experiencing nature. So the kids were able to keep up to date on their other subjects¬†when we got home¬†without having to open up the books. . .¬†which is why we love homeschooling!