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Homeschooling Resources - How to Compile a Reading List

Colleges love to see a reading list from homeschoolers - but how do you go about getting a reading list? Obviously the easiest way is to have your student keep track of all the books they have read. I was never very successful with that strategy myself (nobody is perfect!) Instead, each summer as I compiled the previous year's work, I had to think of other ways to recreate the information. Consider these ideas:




  • Keep your library receipts - they often include the title of books you have checked out



  • Keep bookstore receipts and records from curriculum suppliers



  • List the books, audio books, and videos that you have required for your students to read, as well as reading for pleasure



  • Have your kids collect books from around the house, bringing you all the books they have read in the past year



  • Read book lists like these and curriculum catalogs to refresh your memory


Reading list from The College Board

Reading list from The Well-Trained Mind
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