Time4Learning is a complete online computer based program for PK-8th grade. For most grades it covers language arts, math, science, and social studies. It features more than 1000 interaction lessons. Children progress at their own pace.
|Tammy Buck|| |
Comment: We have been homeschooling now for eight years. We just completed our first full year using time4learning.com. As a mom and teacher I love everything about t4l. It is so easy to track the completion of lessons and automatic grading is great. The t4l customer support is wonderful to work with.
|Cori Fonville|| |
Comment: We have used Time 4 Learning for 1 year. We have gone through 1st grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade. When we started we used it for all core subjects. However, now that I know more about my kid's needs (it was our first year homeschooling). We have switched our social studies and math to something else to help the kids enjoy learning these subjects more. Love the price and how easy it is to navigate and keep grades.
Comment: Used for 5+ years. 1st-8th grade and new high school level (11th). Personally, Time4Learning helped me with the fears I had about homeschooling those first couple of years. I used to help fill in the gaps with my oldest after he was pulled from 5th grade in the public school system. Some of the subjects he had a lot of gaps in what he knew either from the fact that we had moved around 3 times before that or that the school system had one pace and it was most times too fast for him to master some techniques or concepts. With my youngest who was considered average in Kindergarten he allowed him to jump ahead in LA and math as he loved those subjects. The customer service is very helpful and courteous, as well. Overall, it is something I have recommended to anyone who has pulled their kiddos out of the school system. It allows for learning to be fun again!
|Larra Hanzel|| |
Comment: Wonderful resource when I first pulled my child from public school. The Language Arts and Extensions are wonderful. However, the math did not work for my child. The graphics and fast talking were not the same quality as the Language Arts. We are still using it right now. I pick his math lessons to correspond to his other curriculum. In that regard, the math portion is sufficient as a supplement.
|Melissa McCowan|| |
Comment: We used time4learning for about 6 months. It was a good transition from deschooling but we outgrew it. Over time I realized the math wasn't sticking and we tried something else. It was too expensive to use it just for language arts. We eventually found something else less intensive and more direct for language arts that worked for us.