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Thursday, August 08, 2013

Daily School Log with Catholic Images {Block Form}


Last year I posted a PDF file of my daily homeschool log. (Click here to see last years version.) This year I changed my log around a bit and put it into a "block" form. This new style seems much less confusing to my kids. I thought some of you might like to see it and maybe use it.   
Here in Pennsylvania our homeschooling laws require us to have the full 180 days logged and I like to make a nice log to help remind me of all the subjects I had planned for the school year. A nice daily log is a BIG help to me. As my children complete a subject (after I have corrected it) they mark it off. This helps me keep track of the kids and the finished subjects. With 9 kids I often forget who finished English or other subjects!! ;-) 
Also, don't freak when you see all the subjects I have listed, not all of them are completed each day. I only make it a point to do the core subjects each day. The other subjects are listed just as a reminder to the kids and I to do them on our scheduled days.
There are 12 pages. Each page includes 15 numbered days and it also has a beautiful religious image at the top.
I print out one log per child, so I have a number of these logs floating around the house! I add all the log pages for one child to a binder/folder and each child puts his/her name on the first page of their personal daily log. Than, if I need to see what subjects "child #1" needs to work on I can look at that child's folder.
LOL, If only I were an elephant so I could remember it all! ;-)
If you would like to see this PDF
(This is a large file - please, give it some time to load)

Blessings on your school year!!
~Jennifer

UPDATE:
I have had MANY email request to make this more customizable so I have posted a new post with more file options so you can make your own personal daily school log.
Click here to see the updated post.


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3 comments:

  1. This is beautiful!! You only have 9 kids, how could you forget anything???!! :) Many blessings on your year!

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  2. Do you print out one of these for each child? Or keep them all combined?

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    1. Ooo, ya, I guess that is confusing...I print out one log per child. So I have a number of these logs floating around the house! Each child puts his/her name on the first page and I add all the corresponding log pages for that one child to a binder/folder. For example: If I need to see what subjects "child #1" needs to work on I can look at that child's folder. LOL: If only I were an elephant so I could remember it all! ;-)
      (I'll update the post to include this information. Thanks!)
      God Bless! Hope your move goes well!

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