We recently received a reader request for a printable report card. While I have traditionally not been as meticulous about grade reports for elementary school as I am about high school transcripts, I had been considering printing up something more “official” looking for my younger kids. This would allow them to take advantage of some of the good-grade-rewards local businesses offer, and now seemed the perfect time to do that, as our family is nearing the end of our first grading cycle for the new school year. If your family homeschools, too, then you might consider using our free printable report cards for your own kiddos, then redeeming them for food, tokens, movies, and other great prizes. I’m printing mine on cardstock for better durability.Blessings,
To read more on this topic, check out these links:
- Good Grade Rewards Great ways to celebrate your child’s progress in school
- 5 Non-Monetary Rewards for Good Grades Smart alternatives to paying for good report cards
- How Much for an A+? The importance of recognizing and praising effort, not just results
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