Wednesday, June 5, 2013

{free} Homeschool Forms to help you get organized

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Figuring out how to organize all the paperwork in your homeschool can be daunting! I’ve been testing these Homeschool Forms out for a year in our home and thought I’d share what has been working for us!
free homeschool forms
Things flow so much smoother when they are neat and organized! To help you get organized, I’ve got 17 {free} Homeschool Forms for you:
Homeschooling Goals (do you make goals every year?)



  • Withdraw from Public School Letter
  • Intent to Homeschool Form
  • Daily Schedule
  • Curriculum Planning
  • Field trip Planning
  • Extra Curricular Activities Planning
  • Weekly, Bi-Weekly, and Monthly Lesson Planners
  • Preschool / FIAR Planning Sheet
  • Annual Attendance Sheet
  • K12 Grades Tracker

I use the monthly planner for preschool who have fewer things to write in each day and it is easier to get a birds eye view of what is coming. For Goofy (1st grade) I like using the weekly or bi weekly schedule so there is room to write more details. Then I just note our attendance at the bottom and add it to our record keeping folder. At the end of the school year print off the yearly school attendance sheet and staple them all together for your records. Easy peasy!

Other {free} Record Keeping Worksheets you make enjoy!

homeschool report cards

{FREE} Customizable Homeschool Report Cards


free printable school memory pages

{free} School Memory Pages



5 comments:

  1. Thanks for posting the homeschool forms. The Daily schedule and attendance record is exactly what I needed and you saved me from having to spend time I do not have at the moment doing it. I really appreciate it!

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  2. Hi, you have done a great job with your forms! I am having trouble getting the back side of the kindergarten report card to print.

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    1. Thanks - glad they are helpful! What kind of problem? Try adjusting your margin to narrow if it reverted to your default. Also make sure they are put in the printer correctly to "flip"correctly.

      Happy homeschooling =)

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  3. Printed almost all of these :) Thank you!

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