One of our readers recently wrote to request a printable homeschool report card. Traditionally, I’ve not been as meticulous about grade reports for elementary school as I am about high school transcripts. However, I’d 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, since our family is nearing the end of our first grading cycle for the new school year.
If your family homeschools, too, consider using our free printable report cards for your own kiddos:
At the close of every quarter, they can redeem good grades for free food, tokens, movies, and other great prizes. I printed ours on card-stock for better durability. That way, they should last all year long.
More free printables to help you organize your homeschool
- Attendance Record – helps track the number of days your student does school
- Weekly Schedule – view at a glance the different co-ops and extra-curricular activities your student is involved in
- Age Appropriate Chores for Children – don’t forget to include lifeskill training, whether you homeschool or not!
- Weekly School Assignments – this is a one-page overview of the work your student needs to accomplish each week
- Weekly Goals for Mom – here’s a similar chart to help map out mother’s week, as well
Additional links on the topic of celebrating good grades:
- Rewards for Good Grades – Get free stuff from local businesses and restaurants
- Other Ways to Reward Hard Work More ideas for celebrating 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