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    lyndaolson123 is offline Junior Member
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    Hi,

    My kids were using Time4Learning from November to February this year, and now we are in dormant status probably until the new school year but might re-activate in July or August. We did not know that we could use Time4Art for free, so consequently, we never took advantage of it. When we re-activate, does the 6-month free period restart? Are we able to use Time4Art while we are in dormant status if the 6-month trial period has not ended?

    Thanks!

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    You should be able to start your free period in your parent admin. After that, you will have 6 months to use the lessons. I don't believe you'd be able to use it while in dormant status.


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    To begin your free trial of Time4Art when you reactivate your Time4Learning account, just have your student click on the "Art" icon when they are logged in to their student account. They will see a short explanation of the program and, at the bottom, a link that says "Start Time4Art Today". They can click on that link to start the six months of free access.

    Most students finish the art program within the six month time period. It's sixteen lessons. Each lesson is made up of several sections, so they can work on each lesson over a period of several days.

    If you want access after the free six months, you can purchase a year of access for a flat rate of ten dollars by logging in to your parent account. (That's just ten dollars for the whole year . . . NOT ten dollars per month.)

    My kids have done Time4Art every year or two. The last section of each lesson is Do Art, with several ideas for hands-on (or Paint-program) ideas. They do the animated lessons each year or two and then choose a DIFFERENT hands-on idea. Especially for younger children, the review is great.

    Here's more information about Time4Art.

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

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