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Last month, I received a free one-month subscription to Time4Learning contingent on using the program with my child and posting a review at the end of the subscription period. My youngest daughter, age 8, had been using Oak Meadow 3 this year but I found that I was having to supplement and change many parts of the curriculum to fit her needs (I have not found this to be the case with my three other daughters who are also using Oak Meadow). My youngest is a little different - she has a hard time concentrating and is very easily distracted. Additionally, she needs far more "hand-holding" than her sisters did even when they were the same age. On various homeschooling boards I had read that T4L often worked quite well with children that had attention and hyperactivity issues. Thus, when the opportunity came along to try T4L I thought, "Why not?" .....

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