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How to Make Homeschooling To-Do Charts

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How to Make Homeschooling To-Do Charts

Learn how to make optimal homeschooling “to do” charts. This is the key to incremental successes in homeschooling. Here is a practical how-to description of a plan for academic and domestic success with your children. 15 pages. Read the table of contents.

(To download a free customizable chart that you can fill in yourself, choose either the pdf version or the .doc version.)

Developing the habit of daily checking off academics, chores, grooming, athletics and music on to-do charts will lead to “Whistling-Dixie” triumphant years for your children. First we examine why making to-do charts ensures homeschooling success for the entire family. Then we look at how to design charts using some winning strategies you may never have thought of. Knowing what to do and why to do it will make your charts work for you and your children in the most optimum way possible.

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Vbergsma
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Submitted on August 7, 2016 at 5:19 pm
What a great and simple way to get your kids on track! This system takes the nagging and reminding and puts it right into the hands of your child.

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