Recently I was given a free month of Time4Learning.com in exchange for a review. I was really excited about it, because I'd seen so many positive comments about it in the past.
The first thing I discovered was that time slows down in the Time4Learning universe. And not in a good way. After signing my two youngest up on the website, I received a message saying it would be (trying to remember here) either 24 or 48 hours until the account was active. A week later it still said the same thing. Just when I was ready to call customer support, the account finally went live. But I was already ten days into my free trial.
Now the good news: the boys really liked it. They weren't interested in the math section, so we did quite a few science, social studies, and reading lessons. The lessons were cute, although somewhat repetitive. The quizzes at the end were EXTREMELY repetitive. The animations/stories are what really sold the kids on it. We were all laughing out loud at some of the discussions between the animated characters. There was also a lot of interactive clicking involved in the lessons, which keeps the kids engaged and learning.
So overall, I was pretty happy with the website. I would definitely consider adding it to my curriculum for next year. It would be great to let the two younger ones do some of their work online while I work with the older two. I don't know that it's complete enough for a stand-alone choice, but I liked what I saw.