Time4Learning Curriculum Review {Adventures in Homeschooling} — 10 Comments

  1. I have used t4learning on and off for years. Depending on when we needed it in our lives. I have had the same issue you have with the planning. But it only takes me a short time to write down what I want my son to complete during the week and on what day on a simple spiral notebook. My littles K and 1st are loving it too. I love the way my oldest could work on his own at his own pace. That came in very handy when I gave birth to my two littles.

    • You stopped by and asked what I thought about math for 8th grade. Did you see time4learning has Algebra? The program starts off with pretty much pre-algebra stuff and moves right into algebra. I love that I did not have to teach it. They teach it all. It also builds on each step. Try that for math. Just a thought. :^)

  2. I see you work full time. I do too and planning to homeschool my daughters. What kind of schedule do you keep? Do you work out of your home? I don’t. I have to go to an office. Any advice you give me would be appreciated!

    • HI Dana! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I work full-time outside the home. I have Mondays off. My daughter that I homeschool is in 7th grade. Currently we try to do a full day’s schooling on Mondays (all subjects). On Tuesdays and Fridays, she works on Grammar, English and/or Literature. On Wednesdays and Thursdays, we school at night. We are very loose right now as I’ve never homeschooled before. It’s take us up until this point to just get our routine down. We hope to step up our game next year. I am here to answer any questions you may have! Blessings!

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