When homeschooling became the best option for educating my daughter I worried about finding a curriculum that would work for her. I came across Time4Learning and found that this curriculum answered many of my concerns. The curriculum is online, standards-based, and works great for visual learners. The lessons are planned for me, and the program keeps detailed records and sortable reports. Price is exceptionally reasonable. There is nothing to download.
What my daughter likes: she is a very physically active child, visual learner, ADHD/gifted. She likes the color, movement, and interaction of the online program. Because the program is imaginative in the way it the way material is presented, she is exposed to the material a couple of different ways without it seeming like mindless repetition. She likes having her work online, and likes being able to progress at her own pace.
What I like: I really, really appreciate the fact that the lessons are planned out for us. It takes so much of the pressure off of me to have the course of study already planned. I also like that the program is very flexible, so that if we need to go back and review, or speed ahead on a topic my daughter is already familiar with we can do that. I am terrible at organization and record keeping and Time4Learning handles this for me.
New homeschoolers will find the program particularly helpful as it allows them actually spend time with their children instead of planning (lessons, record keeping, etc) to be with their children.
We have used Time4Learning as our core curriculum from the middle of 1st grade until the present. My daughter is just beginning Time4Learning interactive high school. I’m overjoyed that they added high school beginning in the fall of 2013.
We could not be more pleased!