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Weekly Wrap Up: Cold Weather, Record Keeping, and lots of Movies

In my life this week… It was cold.  My husband, very proud of our fireplace insert, decided to do the frontier thing one night and sleep by the fire so he could put a log on every two hours.  It’s a good thing we had the oil furnace as backup, though, because it was the […]

Four Record-Keeping Tips for Homeschools

  We live in a province where no official homeschool records need to be kept, except for university admissions.  On top of that, we like to make up our own courses.  I suppose that it is therefore inevitable that we struggle with record-keeping.  I know that we’re not the only family struggling with this issue.  As […]

Examples of High School Records for Multiyear, Literature-Based History Courses

At one point I was asked exactly how I recorded my teens’ Canadian history studies for their university admission records.  I could see no other way to answer the question than to cut and paste the relevant sections from their comprehensive records, which makes this article incredibly long.  Hopefully it will benefit some of you. […]

Review: Setting the Records Straight by Lee Binz

Over and over, I see homeschooling families sending their teens to school because they are afraid of destroying their chances for higher education.  But you do not have to be afraid to homeschool high school.  Ordinary families can be successful and they can get their children into college, sometimes even on scholarships.  In Setting the […]

Review: Comprehensive Record Solution by Lee Binz

Occasionally I hear of well-qualified homeschool graduates not being accepted into universities because their records were not clear and convincing.  And I hear of parents who quit homeschooling for fear of this, or who are too overwhelmed by it all to continue. These things don’t need to happen. You can keep on homeschooling, and your […]