Time 4 Learning Review

happymichaelThe picture says it all.  This is, by far, the best choice I’ve made in homeschooling thus far.  The picture shows our son, who has battled with reading disability in the past.  Today, his first day of Time4Learning, he asked if he could do extra vocabulary.  Extra. Vocabulary.  This is unheard of in our home.  Anything word-oriented was like pulling teeth for him.  In his words, “Mom, I think this is the first time I’ve really liked school!”


If you sign up as a new member of Time4Learning, you can get your initial month for only $9.99!  That is for each student…but an unlimited number of students.  This is a great opportunity to test drive the program.   There is also a 14-day money back guarantee.  If you decide it’s just not your cup of tea, you can get a refund.  I’m thinkin’ that’s not gonna happen here! 😉  After your initial month, the cost reverts to the original price of $19.95 per month for your first student, and $14.95 for each additional one .  There are no contracts, no hidden costs.  You can cancel any time.


The site is very easy to navigate, even for our 1st grader.  The tutorials and online forums fill in any gaps you may have regarding getting started and using the program.  Attendance and record keeping is all done for you.  As a parent, I can log in anytime to make sure my kids are completing their lessons, and I can check their progress and grades as they go.  School can happen anywhere our laptop can go, and any time we choose, 24/7.


Time4Learning is basic core content, primarily math and language arts, also including social studies and science for most grade levels.  There are brief placement tests to determine what level you need for your child.  Also, if you find the content is either too difficult or too easy, you have the wiggle room of moving up or down a grade level for any or all subjects.  Everything I did was easily understandable for even our 1st grader, and explanations and review are offered for everything.  There is a “playground” available (lots of games and education sites and applications to choose from), and you can set the time (which appears in the upper right corner) for how long you’d like your student to work before having access to “recess”.  You also determine how long they can remain at the playground, and the timer shuts things down when it reaches 0.

I am adding some reading and writing to do apart from what our kids are doing through this site, but am very happy with it so far!  I’d encourage you to try it, if you feel it is time to change things up, or even just use it for review.  With the money-back guarantee, nothing is lost if you try it and don’t like it.

If you have further questions, ask away! 🙂  If you’d like a personal invitation from Time4Learning, (and help me out in the process by helping me get credit toward our own schooling) just ask, and I’ll refer you!


Here are a few extra tidbits, in answer to some questions folks asked when I posted this on Facebook:

  • For kids who are not computer savvy, it might be a little more of a challenge; but both of our kids can navigate well. You can mouse over almost all of the buttons and have a verbal directive, which I like, since Katie is reading well, but perhaps not all the words they may use. Some like to use this for summer, or as an additional supplement. The math and language arts are all by general state standards.
  • You can use it only for the school year, or all year. You can put your account “dormant” for a period determined by you, for a small fee per month…and this retains all of your grades and records. Or, you can start over fresh each year.
  • I started out with Easy Peasy All-in-One Homeschool (and still highly recommend it!) but with health challenges, this is so much more doable for us right now. I know there are many dealing with various struggles that sap energy, and this makes Time4Learning even more appealing. The beauties of homeschooling…we can morph as much as we want!

Disclosure Statement:  As a member of Time4Learning, I have been asked to review their online education program and share my experiences. While I was compensated, this review was not written or edited by Time4Learning and my opinion is entirely my own. Write your own curriculum review or learn how to use their curriculum for homeschool, after school study or summer learning.

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  1. Thanks so much for your review. We have been using T4L for a number of years now as our core curriculum. I find that it is good and solid for that purpose. When we first started Time4Learning I saw the light come back into my daughter’s eyes. T4L allowed her a lot of control as to how fast, or what lessons to do next. I will tell you that if you put your child who is not computer savvy on T4L and just let them run with it, they figure it out really quickly. They are simply not as afraid as we are that they might do something wrong! Happy homeschooling!


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