As homeschoolers, good record-keeping is something families need to keep up with. Members of the Home School Review Crew have been using the Annual Membership Plan from My School Year Homeschool Record Keeping to help organize their curriculum, resources, and more.
With this online subscription, families can access, record, and modify their information anywhere they have access to the Internet. The company was recognized with the 1st Place award of the Practical Homeschooling’s i-Learn Award for best homeschool planner.
The calendar allows families to display everything from appointments, classes, extra-curricular activities and more. It also allows parents to review their child’s schedule The display layout and colors can be customized based on your family’s preferences. Families have the ability to have daily reports sent to email addresses so they can keep up with their activities.
The Planbook displays what is currently due, overdue, and coming due. Lessons can be marked as complete, rescheduled or even modified entirely. Classes and lessons can be searched or filtered based on your family’s needs and desire.
The Homeroom enables families to visually track the progress of every student. It allows parents to be in complete control of their homeschool with just a glance. With easy-to-understand charts, parents can show their children what they have accomplished in their coursework and more.
Parents can create professional-looking transcripts, report cards, lessons plans, course descriptions and more with just. few clicks.
The Teacher’s Aid tells families what they need to do next. With the ability to email parents and students, this online subscription takes the guesswork out of recordkeeping. With the ability to reuse lesson plans, assign work to multiple students, and more, this online subscription makes homeschool recordkeeping a breeze.
My School Year is 100 % mobile friendly and every feature works on any internet connected device.
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A big thank you to Patti Pierce of Truth and Grace Homeschool Academy for writing this introductory post.