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  • November 14, 2012 at 10:19 am
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    I want to homeschool my granddaughter and need to know how. I am looking for a site and need to know the cost. Can you help?

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  • August 8, 2013 at 12:54 pm
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    I want to HS my son his last two years of high school. I would like advice,any help,etc. We live in east TN.

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  • September 20, 2013 at 5:55 am
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    Everything is very open with a clear description
    of the issues. It was truly informative. Your website is useful.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  • January 19, 2014 at 3:55 pm
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    I start homeschooling my children aged 9, 7 and 6. We’ve been doing this for two months now. I am confident that T4L is the right choice for them but now my question is about me, about us. How much do we need to complete in a day? I always have this ‘anxiety’ that we do not do enough in a day. On average, my children manage to cover 3 lessons. This is also due to limited access to the computer. Please advise.

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    • February 2, 2014 at 2:14 am
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      Thanks for your questions! Each of your children will need a different amount of time and a different amount of lessons. The ideal number of lessons for T4L can be figured out by figuring out how many days your school year will be, and then checking the number of lessons for a subject. Divide it out and you will get the ideal number of lessons/per subject/per day. Remember that homeschooling should take less time than public school so your children will finish their lessons faster than if they were learning in a class of 20-30. They set their own pace, don’t have to wait on others, don’t have the distractions. All in all it usually makes for a shorter school day, especially for early elementary students.

      The other thing I would recommend is to find other work for 2 of your students to do while one is online. Vocabulary and Spelling city has lots of spelling, vocabulary, penmanship exercises and flash cards that can be printed out for two to work on. Remember that reading is important, whether you are reading to them, or they are reading for themselves. Hands-on stuff like art and science experiments will also fill time, and be educational.

      I hope this helps, if you have other questions please feel free to ask the questions here or over on the T4L forums. I’m over there at least once a day. Check out your state forum, as well as the grade specific forums!

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