Homeschool Record Keeping Homeschool Record keeping does not have to be overwhelming! However, no one told me that when I first started homeschooling!
How was I to keep all my children's homeschool records? What records do I need? How was I to grade every paper every day?
Tips for Keeping Good Records
If you are using a standard curriculum that includes tests and quizzes, simply calculate a grade based on your student’s work on those tests, quizzes, and papers.
This is where homeschool record keeping comes in.. keep a notebook where you can record all the grades for each subject.
At the end of each 9 weeks or 18 weeks, you simply add up all the total points missed for the tests,quizzes, and papers then divide it by the points possible to determine your child's grade.
What I love about these charts is how easy this makes for recording grades.
Plus, The child and I know exactly what they missed right away, making it easy for them to understand what they did wrong.
Homeschool Recording Sheets for every subject! Choose between Girl or boy Sheets
Bible English Math Reading Spanish Handwriting Science History
Bible English Math Reading Spanish Handwriting Science History How It works...
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