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Recording A Homeschool Student’s Progress: The Homeschool Portfolio, Part 1

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Though I have seen countless blogs on the Internet offering advice on how to keep track of your child’s homeschool, I knew that I would have to come up with my own system or I wouldn’t stick to it. So I write this post with a grain of salt and encourage you to do the same. There’s no right or wrong here.

This past year was my “practice year” as I explained in my last post. I’m really glad I took the effort to keep track of what we did because it has helped me create a system that I think I’ll stick with.

First of all, I don’t use a packaged curriculum. I drew on different resources for my son’s “pre-kindergarten” year (which was actually kindergarten, and I’ll explain about that in my next post.) Most people call this eclectic homeschooling.

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