By Lisa (NC) Visitor Review: I tried T4L for 6 months (December 2014-June 30, 2015). I looked at the program for months before I ever decided to give this a try. The purpose was to use it as a supplement for our home-school program for my then 7 and 10 year old. This is the [...]
Time 4 Learning Reviews
Looking to try homeschooling online? First check out these homeschool curriculum reviews of Time 4 Learning.
More and more homeschool families are using this homeschool curriculum option for either all or part of their homeschool program.
Some parents have tried it as a complete curriculum and others use it as an educational supplement. Either way, you will want to take time to browse these homeschool reviews from other parents to help you decide if it is the right curriculum for you and your children.
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By Jackie P (Georgia) Visitor Review: My daughter used T4L from 5th through 8th grade and loved it. It wasn’t that way in the beginning though. I had to force her to try T4L. She thought it was much to babyish for her. Once she started using the program, she found it very engaging. The [...]
By Brandy (Pinellas County, Florida) Visitor Review: We have been homeschooling since 2003. My oldest had such a hard time when we first started. I tried everything before I found time4learning. When we started he thrived. He loved the fact he was able to move at his own pace and he would tell me that [...]
By S.F. (Michigan) Visitor Review: I recently signed up our 1st grade daughter to try the Time 4 Learning Online Programs. I wanted something to keep her busy, occupied and learning while her siblings worked on the rest of their school work. She generally gets her schoolwork done much earlier in the day than the [...]
By Sabrina Zupan (Oklahoma City) Visitor Review: So we are doing Time4Learning again! This is our second year in utilizing one of the best computer based learning tools I have found so far: Time4learning. As our home school year nears its end, the drive to keep going diminishes in proportion to the outdoor temperatures rising. [...]