DISCLAIMER: I was provided with a free month of Time 4 Learning, in exchange for an honest review. My opinions are my own and yours may differ.
My free trial of Time 4 Learning has come to an end and now it's time for me to tell you what I thought about the program... I absolutely love it! I give T4L an A+.
There is literally nothing I don't like about Time 4 Learning. It is affordable, well put together, easy to access (from PC or tablet), the material is fun and engaging and Micah never even complained about having to do his lessons. As a matter of fact, he often asked to do extra lessons, especially vocabulary, he loves the character from that activity.
Before T4L we had used a couple of different programs, but none of them were exactly right. They either left way too much lesson planning up to me or weren't engaging enough to keep Micah interested.
Another major issue I had with other programs is they were strictly grade level based; you could only do activities from your assigned level. This was hard for us, because Micah is so far advanced in reading, but he needed a little extra review in math, so we were constantly looking for things to supplement.
Time 4 Learning allows you to pick and choose levels, based on your child's needs and they offer all levels, up to high school. We used some 2nd grade lessons and some kinder lessons, with no problem whatsoever. You can assess your child's level of readiness and then assign grade levels from the parent's section of the site.
A lot of first time home-schoolers can get very overwhelmed with lesson planning, gathering resources, vetting materials for kid-friendliness and all the other things that go along with trying to make sure you are covering everything you need to, while still having fun. T4L does all the work for you. If you can log on to a PC or tablet, you can use Time 4 Learning.
Their handy dandy parent tools section is packed full of information you can use to make your home-schooling adventure a success. They offer full lesson plans, including worksheets, spelling word lists and other resources to go along with each lesson activity and there are also helpful videos to help you navigate the site.
Whether you're new to home-schooling or you're a seasoned vet who needs a break from lesson planning, I highly recommend checking out Time 4 Learning, I think you will really like it and if you don't, you have a 14 day money back guarantee, so there's no risk. T4L also offers a "refer a friend" bonus of $25 for every new member you refer with your special link, so you could make a few bucks, while sharing your love of education with your friends.
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