Finally Friends! The Homeschool Attendance Record 2018-2019 is here!
For the past several years, I’ve used this simple attendance record to keep track of our homeschool days. Because I need lots and lots of simple in my life, it conveniently prints on one piece of paper.
Yes, only one piece of paper to keep up with in a sea of homeschool paper chaos!
Note: I know that many of you have been waiting on this record, and I thank you for your patience. As you know, we moved a couple of months ago and I’m having a hard time getting back into a blogging routine. Hence the delay in posting the attendance record this year!
Homeschool Attendance Record for 2017-2018
I print this on cardstock, front to back, and then place it in my homeschool planning book. My planner is almost always open on our school table, so I never lose track of my lovely attendance page.
There are a couple of variations for using this planning page. Here are a few ideas for using it in your own homeschool:
→ Place a check mark in the days your children complete school. This is what I do.
→ If you need to keep track of multiple kiddos, just create a key. For example, Child #1 is a check mark. Child #2 is a circle. Child #3 is a triangle. Or you could color code them and use a check mark or dot. For example, Child #1 is a blue check. Child #2 is a red check. Child #3 is a green check.
→ If you already know you won’t do school for big chunks of time (vacation, for example), go ahead and cross those off your calendar. It makes it easier to see the big picture.
Mine are all loaded in my planning notebook and ready to roll for the new school year!
→ Beside Total Days: Write the total school days completed for the month.
→ Beside Cumulative: Keep a running tally of the total school days completed for the year. Just add on the days completed each month.
You can see how I used this calendar during the previous school year.
This calendar runs with July-December 2018 on one side and January-June 2019 on the other.
Make sure you print it double-sided so you only have to keep up with one piece of paper!
Get your Homeschool Attendance form here!
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