Printables to Help You Homeschool

These print-outs are free for you to use and adapt to your homeschooling needs, and if they help you, I hope you’ll send me a message to let me know!

Charts to Keep Track of Homeschool Progress:

HS Chart

Reading List

You can read about how I use these charts in Recording A Homeschool Student’s Progress: The Homeschool Portfolio, Part 1. I’ll also be updating this information soon.

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PDF: Homeschool Subject Chart

PDF: Reading List

Download the Homeschool Subject Chart & Reading List Print Outs in Excel so that you can tailor them to your needs.

End of the Year Certificate:

Read about our Pre-K graduation here. From now on, I’ll be doing simple, end-of-the year reviews.

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PDF: Completed Course of Study Certificate

Word Document that you can download and change to suit your needs: Completed Course of Study Certificate

This is how you fill out the certificate.
This is how you fill out the certificate. Click to enlarge.

Yearly Progress Report:

In Georgia we’re required to write a yearly progress report on our students and retain them for our records. This is a Word document that shows the format I made up for this purpose. Feel free to adapt it to your needs. To see an example of how I do it, click here.

Download Here: Yearly Progress Report (Word Document)


Also, be sure to check out…Everyday HSer Early Years Cover w border jpeg

22 thoughts on “Printables to Help You Homeschool

      1. Sheli I really would like some advice from you as I am a first time Georgia homeschooling mom of a 9 yo finishing 3rd grade this week. We had to pull her out of her school in March due to health problems and them not working with us so some advice on this end of the year stuff would be great. My email please contact me so I can ask ya some questions! Thanks!


  1. Thank you for sharing these. I love how simple these are – I won’t be intimidated or overwhelmed by them and will therefore be waaaay more likely to use them. 🙂


  2. WOW! Thank you!!! I appreciate you taking the time to 1) Share YOUR family’s experiences, 2) Share YOUR templates, but most of all, 3) THANK YOU for sharing your wealth of knowledge through your homeschool journey.

    This is our first year homeschooling and I am so glad I found your blog tonight! The templates you have shared with us all have given me the peace I need in knowing that I am on the right path! I had made my own that are very similar to what you have shared and have confirmed that I am doing things right. Finally, my mind can evict the never-ending doubts I’ve been filling my head with.

    Again, thank you for writing this post and contributing your expertise for us “newbies”!


    1. Nikki — Thank you so much for taking the time to write a comment and say thanks. It couldn’t have come at a better time. 😉 I’m really glad if my blog has helped you in any way. You definitely shouldn’t have any doubts! You can do this!


  3. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge & these resources! I found it very helpful after a tough year. Blessings.


    1. You’re so welcome, and thank you for your comment. Please feel free to e-mail me, if you ever have any specific questions. I’m always happy to help!


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