Great advice as always, Lee! The Comprehensive Record Solution has been
a life saver for us! Just wondering now about how we present our course descriptions, reading and activity lists, and transcript. Should we staple,
use paper clips, put in a folder or manilla envelope, etc.? Small detail, but after working hard on records, I'd just like to know that our presentation
is professional in appearance. Thanks so much for your thoughts!
Thanks for the feedback, Barbara. I'm so happy the Comprehensive Record Solution has helped you. For ideas on submitting to the colleges, check out this video in Module 3, "
Submitting Your Comprehensive Records to Colleges (Video and Audio Download)". Let me know if that helps.
One mom jokingly told me that her son's spirit animal was a sloth. We had a good giggle over that one, because I remember what it's like to try to motivate homeschool teens . And frankly, misery loves company!
Misery also craves solutions. That's where this book comes in.
Need to light a fire under your unmotivated teen? Learn expert
What are you making for Thanksgiving ? Need some ideas? I don't have to make the turkey this year, but I do have other ideas! These are appetizers, sides, and desserts that are easy to make or can be made ahead - things I have actually made and my family actually loves them.
Fruit with dip
Make ahead dip, wash-ahead fruits
Each month there are reminders that will help you in your homeschool journey! Have you looked at the calendar this month for the April homeschool calendar reminders?
Middle School: Make a decision not to panic. Instead, spend some time on continuing education, learning how to homeschool high school. The High School Solution
Freshmen: Plan classes for next year, making sure to