Are you required to keep a homeschool portfolio?
Not sure where to start? What to track?
Tired of messing around with printable pages, two-inch binders, and dozens of sheet protectors?
Maybe you don’t want to waste hours scrapbooking worksheets together to prove your child is learning. Or maybe you waited until the last minute and need to put something together… fast!
There’s a simple, convenient solution.
Take a peek inside the new Homeschool Portfolio that will take the hassle out of homeschool record keeping and reporting and look fantastic on your desk!
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Reporting Made Easy with the Homeschool Portfolio
For many of us, state requirements, charter schools, and online courses are making homeschool reporting more and more complicated.
What’s even more confusing? Some states require you to keep a portfolio, but provide no details about what needs to be included!
Where do you even begin?
Start here. With the simple, straightforward forms and checklists in your homeschool portfolio.
This versatile portfolio will fit your unique reporting needs. You’ll find a variety of pages to record:
√ Attendance or Hours
√ Curricula and Pacing
√ Assignments by Subject
√ Co-op dates
√ Reading List
With plenty of room for curricula, assessments, projects, and classes, you will be able to record all of your child’s learning experiences in one place for the whole year.
Truly Flexible Homeschool Record Keeping
As homeschoolers we know – not all learning takes place behind a desk. The flexible design of this Homeschool Portfolio allows you to record learning activities beyond the standard curriculum checklist.
Whether you are using the
√ Classical Method
√ Charlotte Mason Method
√ Crafting your own Unit Studies
√ Using an Eclectic mix of curricula
…this portfolio is for you.
Easily track unit studies, field trips, and extra curricular activities throughout the year. Plus, use the spacious subject pages to record all of your educational endeavors by subject.
The funny thing is that many of us are required to keep records and work samples, but we may never have to show these to anyone. We need to have them… just in case. But that time may never come.
That’s why I designed the Homeschool Portfolio to be more than just a functional record keeper. It’s also a lovely journal that will become a cherished keepsake.
No more cobbling together assorted printables and slippery plastic sleeves. No more two inch binders taking up space on your bookshelf. No more notebooks that look like they were designed for a child.
√ Simple, classic design
√ Printed in gray scale to avoid stark contrast
√ Standard letter paper for plenty of writing room
√ Slim design for easy storage
√ Smooth, matte cover looks great on your desk!
Keep homeschool memories together, beautifully with fifteen full size pages for child work samples and notes.
56 page portfolio with a variety unique pages to meet your needs, including:
- Homeschool Requirements
- Attendance Log: choose any month and date to start and end your school year
- Holidays & Important Dates
- Curriculum and Supplement List: two-page spread with space to track eight subjects and list materials used throughout the year
- 8 Subject Spreads: featuring Curriculum Checklist and Assignments tracker. Track lessons, chapters, or pages completed, assignments, assessments, and grades
- Unit Studies & Project Tracker: twelve unit study and project tracking boxes with room for topic, date(s), subjects, materials, and notes
- Co-ops & Classes
- Extra Curricular Activities
- Field Trip Log
- Reading Log
- Child Work Samples: ten pages featuring a variety of lined and unlined pages to keep your child’s completed work, photos, and notes
Use this versatile homeschool portfolio as a functional homeschool record keeper to comply with state guidelines or keep as a personal homeschool journal to see your child’s progress and hold your most cherished homeschool memories. Order yours today.
Printable version also available on Teachers Pay Teachers.