Blog Cruise: Tips for Record Keeping

Keeping records for your homeschool can be a hassle. Most states require some kind of record-keeping, even if it’s only a record of attendance. And some states have very stringent requirements.

Whether or not one lives in one of these more demanding states, most homeschoolers desire to keep some kind of record of their students’ learning throughout the year.

For this week’s Blog Cruise we wanted to hear about the creative ways members of the Homeschool Crew find to keep track of all their kids are learning.  So, we asked:

What are your favorite homeschool record-keeping tips? 

At Life at Rossmont, Wendy explains, “How We Record Our Homeschooling Adventures at Rossmont“.

In, “For the Record”  Marisa shares how she uses various forms and techniques to keep track of learning at Lighthouse Classical Academy.

 Lisa, from The Berry Patch, has tried a variety of methods and finally settled on “Record It Bloggy Style“.

At Homeschool Coffee Break, Kym does a great job of “Keeping Track” using a tracking program.

Beth, at Ozark Ramblings, recently discovered how important it is to “Backup, Backup, Backup“, when a laptop crash cost her greatly in a state where keeping good records is vital.

How do I keep track of all this stuff?” Great question! Find out the answer from Brandy at Kingdom Academy.

Nicole says, “Record Keeping . . . Blech!” at Journey to Excellence.

Mary is very organized in “Write This Down” over at Winecup Christian Academy.

And lastly, I share how we creatively keep track of learning in “Ways to Remember {or Homeschool Record Keeping}” at Ben and Me.

 

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