Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Time4Learning Review

This past month, we have the privilege to review Time4Learning. It is an online curriculum with language arts/English, reading, math, science, and social studies programs.

Time4Learning for Homeschool, Afterschool, or Summer Use
The Time4Learning curriculum can be the foundation of a homeschool program. Many homeschool families use Time4Learning as core curriculum in one or more subjects. Others families use Time4Learning to supplement other homeschool curriculum with a fun, interactive reinforcement of the day's lessons. Families with children in public or private schools use Time4Learning afterschool as an alternative to tutoring, learning centers, or supplementary workbooks. Time4Learning is also popular as a summer skills sharpener or in place of attending summer school.

An Online, Interactive Curriculum Proven Effective in Teaching Millions of Students
The Time4Learning program has been refined through years of feedback from educators, parents, and students. Animated lessons are followed by interactive activities, printable worksheets, and assessments to assure a student's mastery of skills. The lessons teach the concepts that build a solid foundation and the exercises refine the skills and habits that provide ongoing success.

Fun, Effective, Easy-to-use Online Learning
Time4Learning provides interactive curriculum with printable worksheets for reinforcement, has a low monthly price, does not require a long term contract, and even provides a 100% satisfaction guarantee so you can make sure that it works for your kids! Registration is easy and takes minutes. Or, to learn more, you can experience for yourself the sample lessons, review the complete lesson plans, or discuss your questions with other parents online.
The curriculum is extensive. They have many lessons which are more like games for the kids. I was very excited to try it. Alyssa seemed to really enjoy playing. She has not had much practice at the computer and using a mouse. We got her a small mouse that fits in her little hand. It was great hand-eye-coordination practice for her.

Jake loves playing games on the computer. I thought that he would love this as well. Unfortunately, it was not for him. The pace of the "game" is slower since they take the time to explain everything because it actually is a "lesson." He got bored quickly and had no desire to continue.

It is a great program that works well for many families, but it is not for everyone.

Disclosure: I was provided with a free month of Time4Learning for this review. All opinions are 100% my own.
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