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"Wow!" and "THANK YOU!" for all you did to create these! I can see you have spent a great deal of time and effort on this project and I am truly grateful. It's what I needed but could not have put together myself. Thank you for sharing these with the world. I surely needed this type of help getting organized this year. I have lost my focus some time back and our home school has suffered for it. I follow the TJEd principles also and it is phenomenal to see that your record keepers follow their ideals. This is going to be a tremendous help to me and the kids as I press the proverbial 'reset' button on our vision and daily rhythm for education. So again, thank you so much for sharing your gift with me. I can't wait to begin filling in the pages!"
If you are looking for a bit more structure than Unschooling, or a bit less structure than traditional homeschooling, but still want a plan in your hands, this may be just the thing for you.
Unlike the rest of the planners out there in homeschool-land, you won't find lesson plans, assignment sheets or grading pages in this planner. What you will find is a place to organize and deepen your ideas, record the learning in your home, and keep track of your inspirational resources, so you will have a clearer vision of how to be an inspiring leader of education in your home.
"I'm impressed. I'd actually use these! They are general enough but in the right way to align with my TJEd homeschool, instead of constantly pulling me toward thinking in a grade level and subject sort of way. " - K.G.
The Learning Log Book is a simple way for you or your child to keep track of learning, with pages for books read, activities, projects and more. For young children, you might want to just use the Reading Log, Activity Log and Big List to keep it simple. This log can really help if you have to keep records for your state. Put these pages in the front of a portfolio binder and also include an array of samples of what your child has been working on, photographs, printouts from learning websites of progress, drawings, plans, copies of letters they write to relatives, recipes they have prepared, anything at all.
The best way to encourage your child to record their learning each day, is for you to record yours. Print out an extra copy for yourself, and dig in. When your child asks what you are doing, show him your Learning Log Book, and tell him that he can do it too!
"My core phase girls went for the cover page instantly and wanted to color it. Job well done. I like how this set is smaller and more manageable for a child... Overall I'm very impressed. I plan on recommending these to my unschooling group for those that want to keep track of all their kids do." - L.M.
With this Scholar Record Book your student will finally be able to keep track of all their learning. Fifteen printable pages designed especially for self-directed or mentored high school students, and adults who feel they did not get the education they now want. Our Record Book isn't simply pages of classes and assignments, although those are in there too for those dual-credit college courses or online courses your student may choose to enroll in. Truly like no other home education record book you have ever tried.