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Watching your kids grow is the most amazing part of homeschooling, but sometimes it can feel overwhelming to document!
That's where the Primary Assessment Pack comes in. This simple tool for kids ages 4-8, will help you learn how to document the journey so you can see the whole picture.
As a former elementary school teacher, one thing I noticed was how frustrated my friends were when it came to figuring out how their kids were progressing in their homeschool.
So I put my M.A in Early Childhood and Curriculum Design to use and created this simple, yet effective tool!
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This amazing printable pack will help you document progress without the tears and dread of traditional testing! Plus, it gives you all of my favorite checklists to help reassure you along the way. It's a win-win for all homeschool families with children ages 4-8.
The 65-page printable pack includes 3 checklists per age level: literacy, math, and life skills. For each level, we have provided reference pages for your students AND a video guide to help you assess them.
Perfect for preschool through second grade, the three levels of assessment allow your child to move up naturally, without unnecessary boundaries or labels.
Still needing guidance? Read this post for a framework to help you document your homeschool journey from the beginning all the way through graduation.
Note that this product is for ages 4-8. If you have 2nd graders and up, check out the Student Record and Planner to help you document the journey instead.
This Assessment Pack came at the right time. I have been homeschooling for the past 3 years. I too am divorced and my children's Dear Dad does not want me to homeschool. One of my kids has Dyslexia and he is not seeing the progress that he would like to see. With Dyslexia, it is never overnight progress, but very slow. Now with the Assessment Pack, I can show their Dear Dad their progress (if need be). I can show my kids their progress and we can pinpoint what we really need to focus on. This also helps me decide what would be the best curriculum to invest in.
I am extremely blessed to have run across this Primary Assesment Packet. I have been living overseas for 3 1/2 years now and a month homeschooling 2 of my four. When we left the states I was overwhelmed with the reality that I had you prebuy and bring everything I needed. My curriculum was ok but nothing has given me the peace of mind and realistic basic goals for my first grader like this resource. The ease of downloading the file and printing it instead of having to have it shipped overseas was a blessing as well. I reccomended this resource for any mom who frets over, “how can I be sure my first grader is ready for second grade?” It makes the foggy goals of what the younger child needs to learn and master a lot more visible and achievable.