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:
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.
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:
Word Document that you can download and change to suit your needs: Completed Course of Study Certificate
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
Georgia’s Kindergarten and Homeschooling Laws:
I put together this simple guide about the requirements to homeschool in Georgia and information on the Kindergarten laws too. Everything you need to know to get started is here.
Download PDF Here: Georgia’s Kindergarten and Homeschooling Laws
MS Word .docx: Georgia’s Kindergarten and Homeschooling Laws
Also Available! …
The Everyday Homeschooler’s Guide to Teaching First Grade is a simple guide to homeschooling 1st grade. But it’s also much more. I recommend it for any parent who has a child between the ages of 4-8. “First Grade” is merely a guide. Not an absolute.
This guide will help you figure out your family’s unique priorities, and it’ll show you how to make homeschooling your child easier. Learn how to set up a learning environment that honors your child’s questions and creativity. Soon you will become a family of life-long learners.
Click here to learn more. Thanks so much to my readers for inspiring me to write this. I hope it helps.