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  • July 19, 2012 at 12:42 pm
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    What a wealth of information Web-Home-School presents. A little information about me, why I am contacting you and why I would love to join your blog…firstly, please, would you write me to confirm your receipt – confidential – of this email. I don’t want this to be posted publicly for it is just my intro. to you and I would like your feedback/guidance.

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  • August 28, 2012 at 7:10 pm
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    This is a great new site where everything is free! There are center activities, printables and lessons that would be great for keeping a homeschool curriculum in line with common core standards.

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  • December 9, 2012 at 12:23 pm
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    Hello! Do you have any words of wisdom for a 7th grade adhd girl who is not on the same grade level in any of her coursework? What do we do to “catch up”? I’ve been considering Time4Learning. But I haven’t seen a test on their website that would help me to determine which grade level to enter her into. We are in a co-op which we were intending to use as our main curriculum source this year. But this isn’t working out for various reasons. So I’m considering a restart before we lose this entire school year. Plus, we just returned from a 3 week missionary trip in Uganda. I really need some advice to help me to put my daughter back onto a level playing field for this year.

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  • December 9, 2012 at 10:10 pm
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    Hi Clara,
    My 7th grade ADHD daughter has been using Time4Learning for almot 6 years now. When using T4L you have access to 3 grade levels at a time, so if you signed her up for 7th grade, she would have access to 6th grade and 8th grade work. She could also get access to Time4Art, which is the art program in Time4Learning. I believe that if you schooled
    all year (meaning don’t take a summer break) you could get her pretty caught up by the beginning of the next school year using Time4Learning.
    As for the test, because you can place her in a grade, see how it works for her, and then adjust accordingly, and because you have access to 3 grades without changing level, there is not a single test for placement. Feel free to go over to Time4Learning and check out the forums, and ask any questions you might have!

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  • January 7, 2013 at 2:53 pm
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    How much is it and what do I have to do to get my daughter started.

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    • January 13, 2013 at 2:29 am
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      Do you mean homeschooling? Homeschooling can cost as much or as little as you choose. A lot will depend on how old your daughter is as to how much school will cost. The internet has great resources. Please as more questions!

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  • January 31, 2013 at 2:43 am
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    Hello, my name is Elisabeth and I am concidering homeschooling after long fustrated hours of worrying that I am letting my daughter fall so far behind, because the curriculum here in Louisiana is not very good. We just moved here from Texas and things are not what I thought as far as education goes!please help as I am new to this idea

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    • February 3, 2013 at 1:26 am
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      Elizabeth,
      I’m glad you are here. I recently moved from Louisiana and homeschooled there, so I do understand the situation there. My biggest recommendation is to find a curriculum that helps your daughter learn to love again. We chose Time4Learning as our core because it keeps great records, plans my lessons for me, and allows my daughter to move at her own pace, with access to 3 grades at one time. Look for a local homeschooling group, they can provide great support for new homeschoolers. Also look very carefully at the Louisiana homeschooling law, there are actually two options. The first is a homestudy program, and requires more interaction with the state DOE than the second option which is the private school not seeking approval option. Most people I know in Louisiana use the second option, but it is not easy to find on the web site. Since you know it exists you can search the DOE site for it. I hope this helps a little. Homeschooling is not for everyone, but it does work well for many people. Good luck!

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  • May 19, 2013 at 9:09 am
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    I would like to get my 2 grand-children in home schooling 1is 7th grade 1 4th grade need to now the cost for them

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  • May 24, 2013 at 2:29 pm
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    Web-Home-School,

    I was reading your post about what to do during the summer and how to keep children’s minds sharp during their time away from school. I think this is very important because summer vacation has the potential to undo everything that happened during the school year.

    However, here at Fraboom, we have created a program that will keep children’s minds busy all summer long. We are currently offering the first ever live online summer camp for kids. This means that actual live teachers talk to kids and address them by name, all while guiding them through various games and activities.

    This video will give you a taste of what we do: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nr2kZvvrn5A

    This would be a great opportunity for all kids who want to keep their creativity alive during the summer. It is a fun resource for parents to enjoy with their kids as well.

    If you are interested in a free membership, please go register at Fraboom.com and send me your username and I will upgrade your account to a Gold Membership, which is a $47 value.

    Of course we hope you will review our product after you have tried it. We would be happy to offer you some free memberships as giveaways to your loyal readers.

    Chris Shaw
    Fraboom, Flying Rhinoceros

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  • January 9, 2014 at 1:30 pm
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    I just got my approval letter in can you please help with the next steps like as far as where to get books ext…i am so lost

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  • January 12, 2014 at 2:46 pm
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    Destiny Weaver, Thanks for stopping by. I know that it can be a bit overwhelming when you first start homeschooling. My recommendation is to figure out your student’s learning style. Does he/she like to read, or is he a hands on learner? Next, as you are trying to figure out how your student learns best, I would not recommend buying a lot of textbooks, or purchasing big all-in-one box curriculums. When I first started homeschooling we used Time4Learning, it planned the lessons for me, was online, and kept great records. My daughter learned well with their style of teaching. There are no monthly contracts and the fees are reasonable. Over 7 years later we are still using Time4Learning as our core curriculum. We supplement as necessary (foreign language, music, other electives) but are still enjoying the freedom that T4L offers. I hope this helped!

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  • November 28, 2014 at 8:22 pm
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    my daughter is in 11th grade and is very miserable in school what is this program and how do i enroll her

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