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    go to parent tools, on the left hand side click the lesson plan scope and sequence and all worksheets, answer keys and offline stuff is there for everything on the website including science4us. It took me forever to figure this out!

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    Thank you so much for answering this!

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    We are using 2nd grade level Science4Us. I find that the planning tool in Time4Learning helps me plan and make sure I am getting to all the lessons in Science4Us. Generally, we are liking the Science except I have a couple suggestions. The offline activities seem very geared toward a whole classroom. Often I can adapt them for a single homeschool student but sometimes I can't. Maybe an alternate plan for homeschoolers? Also, the digital journal entries are about impossible (maybe it's our computer/mouse set-up) but he can't draw straight and I barely can- it freezes up or won't start the pencil when we start- messing up our drawings (I usually have to draw for him). So, mostly I draw the journal page in a real paper journal he has for Science and have him do the page there. A print option to print the digital journal and do it hand written would solve this. If this is an option, I don't see it. Thanks for listening!

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    Crix, that's great to know! I agree that the lessons can be valuable when repeated. Young children thrive on repetition. A year is a loooong time to a young child, and they often have just a vague recollection of the lesson when it's repeated the following year (or no recollection at all). And those lessons are FUN! My kids have loved them.

    Mom of six . . . current students and homeschool graduates. Enjoying using Time4Learning since 2006!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrafre View Post
    How are you supposed to access it free of charge I went to the website and it wanted me to register.
    Chrafe. Sorry for the late response.
    Inside the student login for Kindergarten through third grade, there is a student dashboard. One of the big circles says Science4Us. This is how the student accesses it.
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    Here is a video that I found on the Science4Us website which explains Science4Us to families:
    https://www.science4us.com/homeschool
    Science4Us costs $7.95 per month but is included for free in Time4Learning.

    There is also a page on the Science4Us website about using it for homeschooling.
    https://www.science4us.com/elementar...chool-science/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chrafre View Post
    How are you supposed to access it free of charge I went to the website and it wanted me to register.
    We tried to reach you through support. I'm just checking to see if you figured it out.

    Simply, students should login through their Time4Learning account.

    Students enrolled in K-3rd grade in Time4Learning have a big button on their Time4Learning student homepage marked Science4Us.
    John Edelson, Founder
    It's Time 4 Learning. And Fun!

    Time4Learning: Automated Online PreK-12th Curriculum for Math, Language Arts & More.
    Time4Writing provides eight week writing courses for students, 2nd-12th grade. Teachers included!
    Time4MathFacts: Automated Game-Based math facts practice, a foundation for future math success.
    Time4Languages: Ten of Rosetta-Stone's legendary language learning programs provided at reduced costs to T4L members

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    My daughter loves it, she's doing Science4Us 5th Grade now. I must admit we simply skip offline lessons - but she does lots of experiments of all sorts at a local science center for kids, so I don't really worry about that part.

    She likes all T4L subjects a lot, and enjoys "old" Science as well, but she really loves Science4Us.

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    Default Re: Science4Us: How are you liking it?

    Have you seen some of the videos that have been added to Science4Us, where you can watch another family do some of the offline activities? We've run into a few of those, and we decided just to watch sometimes instead of doing them ourselves.

    Mom of six . . . current students and homeschool graduates. Enjoying using Time4Learning since 2006!

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    No, I haven't... Hm. I'll ask my daughter tomorrow, maybe she has seen some. Thanks for the tip, maybe we shouldn't skip all of them after all

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