Time4Learning’s 2022 Homeschool Convention Itinerary
After a two-year hiatus due to the challenges posed by the pandemic, Time4Learning is pleased to announce our 2022 homeschool convention itinerary. For parents and guardians, these events provide the perfect opportunity to learn more about this flexible way of learning from different perspectives. For us, homeschool conventions are excellent opportunities to engage with current […]
Celebrate Pi Day with Fun Learning Activities
For some families, March 14 can seem like just an ordinary day. For others though, 3/14 is much more than that. In fact, it’s a day to celebrate the mathematical constant we all remember learning in middle school, which is Pi! As a refresher, Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. […]
Celebrating Great Women in History in March
Every March, Time4Learning proudly celebrates the bravery, determination, leadership, and accomplishments of important women who have shaped history during Women’s History Month. These women come from all walks of life, races, ages, and religions, and have overcome major obstacles to achieve their goals. Each day, they inspire both women and men, young and old to […]
Family Journey: From Time4Learning Members to Staff
Meet siblings Jordan and Ashley from Florida. Both were homeschooled from a very early age using Time4Learning. Now, both also happen to work for the same company that helped educate them from elementary all the way to high school graduation. Meet Jordan Jordan and Ashley come from a large family and are just two of […]
Celebrate Presidents Day in Your Homeschool
The history of Presidents Day is a bit of a brain teaser. It began as a celebration of George Washington’s birthday, which is February 22, 1732, but during most of the 1800s, it was simply an unofficial observance. In the late 1870s, it became a federal holiday when Senator Stephen Wallace Dorsey of Arkansas proposed […]
Survey: Families Favor Homeschooling’s Flexibility
The pandemic has completely disrupted traditional school systems across the U.S., with approximately 1.5 million students leaving public school in 2020-2021, and homeschooling more than doubling since March of 2020. You too may be homeschooling because of the pandemic, or you may know families who have chosen homeschooling over other options. Current research is showing […]
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