I often feel disorganized with homeschool record keeping.
I’m never sure what records I should keep and what those records should include.
I lose papers, forget what curriculum I used for certain grade levels, and struggle to stay on task with daily routines.
Each year I feel overwhelmed and a little frustrated.
If you’ve ever felt the same way, I have some exciting news to share.
I’ve created a Homeschool Record Keeping Notebook to help you stay organized and on task – and at the end of the year, you have the papers you need for a homeschool portfolio.
This notebook has over 30 documents to help you track your homeschool progress, record grades, plan your homeschool schedule, and plan field trips.
There are also helpful videos that detail each document, showing you how to most effectively use each one.
Also included are several articles with tips and advice for choosing curriculum, outsourcing some of your classes, giving grades in your homeschool, and establishing a routine for your day.
Print what you need from each section to create a custom Homeschool Records notebook each year in your homeschool.
There is also bonus content available, allowing you to record your homeschool vision, plan projects, establish goals, and write down all achievements throughout the year.
And, as new documents or tips are added, you’ll have access to each update!
Are you ready to organize your homeschool record keeping?
I’m so excited to share with you the system I’ve found to stay more organized in our homeschool!
And if you need to evaluate your homeschool and get some tips on how to create a mission statement and establish proper expectations to have a successful homeschool, you can download a free workbook to walk you through those steps.
Plan for your best (and most organized) homeschool year yet! Happy homeschooling!