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    Hi I am a mother of one. My daughter is entering kindergarten in the fall and I am seriously considering homeschooling her. I was wondering what other parents of kindergarteners thought of the curriculum of Time4Learning for that age,

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    My child is in the kindergarten level and loves it. He loves the animation. It really keeps his interest. I have found that he has enjoyed the program and has absorbed most of what was taught to him.

    I have an older child, now in the second grade who has been using Time4Learning for over a year now. He began at the kindergarten level and has done wonderfully. He wasn't grasping the beginning objectives for the first grade Math so we decreased the level to kindergarten. Starting at the lower level was the best suggestion Time4Learning could give me. His confidence grew and improved his learning abilities.

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    time4learning has been great for us too. One caveat: although they do cover all the academics very well, the younger kids will need work that time4learning can't provide in terms of handwriting, manipulatives, and a number of other areas.

    My kids are older now so I've forgotten what we used to have but there was a great book which had great checklists of all the different areas to consider in those first years.

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    ahermitt is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    I started using it in 1st grade... This program, plus crafts, plus reading, and writing should be more than enough to keep them busy and loving homeschooling. One hour of each a day is more than enough.
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    Welcome! I'm sure your daughter will love the program, and it will be very beneficial. I used it for my son when he was in kindergarten, which was like a miracle for us due to the concerns we were having. I wrote about our experience under the Special Needs topic. I agree with the previous post. This program, together with print-outs or kindergarten workbooks, manipulatives, crafts and etc., should make a fine course for kindergarteners.
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