End of Year Homeschool Evaluation

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End of Year Homeschool Evaluation


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These End of Year Homeschool Evaluation pages are a perfect way to reflect back on everything you’ve accomplished in the past nine months. The forms included in this set help you critically evaluate what went well, what didn’t, what tools were effective with your children, and what resources you can move on from in the future.  This printable pack will help you answer all of those questions and more, giving you a way to bring closure to this school year while also looking ahead to the next.

Consistent evaluation is an important practice for homeschooling families.  It helps us to make the most of our homeschool year by constantly adapting to our unique needs and challenges, and helping us to find the most effective approach for each of our children.  This printable set of evaluation forms makes that process incredibly easy.

What’s Included with the End of Year Homeschool Evaluation Set:

  • Student Interview (can be completed together or individually)
  • Student Growth Tracker
  • End of Year Evaluation (2 versions)
  • Curriculum Report Card

No matter your educational approach, these End of Year Homeschool Evaluation forms will be a valuable resource that you’ll be able to use over and over again!


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Amanda has a Bachelor’s Degree in Christian Education.  She has worked in various roles within the education world, spending several years as a family advocate for the Head Start preschool program, and then working as a county coordinator of the project-learning based 4-H program.

She has spent the last 13 years as a stay-at-home mom, dedicating her time and talents to homeschooling her six children.  Amanda co-founded an educational collaborative in her home city, which she also helps lead.

In addition to being an indie-author, she also creates and sells homeschool resources online.  Amanda loves challenging herself to see things from new perspectives and dreaming up new ways to approach learning.  She is passionate about helping others find freedom and joy in their educational experience, and everything she creates works towards that goal.