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    leemomofbecca is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    When you sign up, is there a certain number of hours and days you should teach? Does this information come after signing up? Or do you just teach/learn the number of hours and days you choose? thanks for any info

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    The beauty of homeschooling is that you decide what works best for your child. With Time4Learning, your child is able to work at their own pace, not what someone or a textbook tells them to accomplish. We do offer suggestions for figuring amount of lessons if you are interested.

    Here are a few links to help you understand the system a little easier:

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    Getting Started with Time4Learning

    When you first start a subject you will see a page of icons. These are chapters. When you click on one of the chapter icons, you are taken to a page of lesson icons. When you click on a lesson activity icons. Each of the final circles is one lesson activity.

    With T4L, it is kinda like a book that is separated into chapters and chapters that are separated into lessons, and the lessons include several activities. Hope that makes sense.

    The lesson plans outline the number of lesson activities for each subject. You can divide the total number of activities in a subject by the number of days in your school year to get an idea of how many lesson activities your child needs to complete per day in that subject. There is a worksheet somewhere in the one of the links above that details this.

    So, you are correct in that you can teach/learn the number of hours/days you choose, or you can map out the amount of lessons by days in your school year. At our house, we simply go day by day without worrying about if we finish a certain prescribed amount. We school year round anyway, so it doesn't really matter as long as she is understanding and continuing to move forward.

    Best wishes!
    Joyfully,
    Jackie

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