Today I decided to make individual checklists for my kids for the new school year. I started with the overall checklist which I wrote about last time, linked here:

Newbold Home School Weekly Checklist 2017-2018 – Kids Check-off Sheet

And I just made a new file from it by choosing File>Make a Copy in Google Drive. Then in the file for the first student, I deleted out the other two students. And so on. So now each student has their own checklist.

This first one is for my 8th-grade girl, who is doing Challenge B this year with Classical Conversations.

Haven Newbold Home School Weekly Checklist 2017-2018 – Kids Checkoff Sheet

This one is for my 6th-grade boy, who is in his last year of Foundations and Essentials.

Harris Newbold Home School Weekly Checklist 2017-2018 – Kids Checkoff Sheet

I printed each one, slid it into a page protector with a piece of card stock added in behind to increase it’s sturdiness.  Now, each student has a simple checklist for their day.  We are probably going to modify it and add a couple of things as time goes on. But this will help us get started.

What do you need to do today to get started? What is one thing you can to do “begin doing”?

Michelle

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Michelle Newbold has been married for 25 years to her best friend, Craig. They have four kids whom they have been homeschooling from almost the beginning.  They are active in their local church and in Classical Conversations where Michelle is a Challenge III Director at two locations. They are looking forward to sending their kids out as influencers in this world.  You can find them often on the lake, working on their wakeboarding & boat driving skills.