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  1. #1
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    Hello! I would like to begin by saying the Time4Learning site looks very interesting.
    I am a homeschool mom of two amazing young children. One of which is in second grade and the other in kindergarten. I don't want to sound over-confident but my kindergartner seems to catch on alot quicker than other children. I am considering Time4Learning as the childrens primary curriculum. How will I know if the placement of education is appropriate? Is there an assessment?

    Sallie of 2 (Austin, TX)

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    There is a questionnaire ( for 1st - 3rd graders) to be completed by parents during the initial signup process. The answers to the questions help determine which level we place your child in. The upper/middle school children (4th - 8th graders) are placed in the level they are currently in. If at anytime you feel as though the work is too challenging or not challenging enough we can adjust the level for any subject.

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    ahermitt is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    Feb 2006
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    LAWRENCEVILLE GA
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    you can let your child test through. What I Mean by this is start at the assumed level or lower. Instead of doing the lessons, just take the test in each subject. If they do well on the test, keep going. If they don't get at least a 90, go back into the lesson and review what they missed. This way the child will not have any "holes" in thier education.

    I find that jumping ahead when things seem easy often causes educational holes.. for example, my son completly missed roman numerals and I had to go back and teach it when we starte homeschooling
    WRITE YOUR PLANS IN PENCIL... BUT GIVE GOD THE ERASER

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