It’s Time for Learning with Time4Learning

Since returning from the States, we’ve been in kind of a limbo as to what to do every day.  The first few days were spent unpacking and cleaning stuff.  Of course, reorganizing and constant decluttering is the norm, and the day does pass extremely fast when you’re occupied with 8378 things to do each day.

As far as education goes, we still could not start Hannah off in her (previous) school, for the simple reason that I was still car-less.  Dang, that car has got to be here soon.

As for Ethan, I was and still am willing to try homeschooling.  I’ve learnt lots of things about this option since I got back, and one of them is that it does NOT have to be unstructured.  As much as I love homeschooling, I prefer some form of structure for the curriculum, as I feel it helps both the parent and the child in more ways than one.  I’ve spoken to a few like-minded friends, and while we are still experimenting and working out some qualms which we have about homeschooling, I was pleasantly delighted when I stumbled upon the Time4Learning online curriculum.

As such, I’ve been invited to try Time4Learning for one month in exchange for a candid curriculum review. Time4Learning offers an online curriculum for prek-8th, and resources that help with things like homeschool portfolio reviews. This can be useful as an afterschool curriculum as well. My opinion will be entirely my own, so be sure to come back and read about my experience really soon.

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2 Responses to It’s Time for Learning with Time4Learning

  1. littlelamb says:

    i m using Brain Pop. Supplementing some hs for P..although I m working. so this is done like 30mins a day.

    The Giddy Tigress says: Thanks for the tip/recommendation. I will check that out.

  2. Joy says:

    We have been using Time4Learning with both of our children off and on for years. I especially like how it provides structure for our mornings and leaves the afternoons free for more hands on activities and interest led studies. I look forward to reading what you think about it!

    The Giddy Tigress says: Thanks Joy! We’re reviewing and enjoying it at the moment. Look out for my review!

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