Forms, Forms, Forms and more Forms for homeschooling

If you have been homeschooling for any period of time you may have come to realize that FORMS make homeschooling and keeping records that much easier!

In our state, homeschooling under Option 3 comes with quite a few regulations we must follow.

Such as attendance.

Keeping attendance of at a minimum of 180 days  is important. So, attendance forms are a great asset.

(click on the underlined links below to see the forms)

Attendance form for two children

Attendance form for up to seven children

How about looking towards the high school years.

Those *special four years* will be here before you know it.

Do you have them planned out? Do you know what courses will be great to take in order to satisfy the minimum college prep courses?

If not, here’s a form to help you do just that.

High School Four Year Plan

Even the following form is  more detailed which will inform you of the number of credits needed per subject matter while in the high school years.

High School Graduation Requirement and Schedule

I bet you are thinking……”Yes, it’s great to have this four year plan form to complete. But what should I put on it?”

Well, I’m glad you asked.

Here are *some* suggestions. This list is not exhaustive by any means. But it will give you some ideas to plan along with your student for their race towards the goal of *graduation.*

Course List Suggestions

Now if you are thinking about the day to day planning of your homeschooling, these forms may help:

Lesson Planner for Two children

Or if you’d like to have a little more space to write out the plans, then here is a:

Row Lesson Planner

Well, I think this will help you get off to a good start or better start in your *form* library for homeschooling. 🙂

Stay tuned for:

progress reports

report cards

transcript ideas

students daily schedule form

and more.


~Angela P.