The college admissions office is asking for a high school transcript, but you’ve never made one before. How do you provide an official homeschool transcript? Creating a transcript does not have to be a burden, especially if you have a homeschool transcript template to work from. Take a look at what you’ll need to create your own homeschool high school transcript. We also include details about optional items to put on your homeschool high school transcript. Ideally, you would start preparing a transcript before your child starts high school. But even if you waited until college application deadlines, you can still provide a thorough homeschool high school transcript by following these tips.Learn how to create a homeschool transcript
You want your children to succeed in their education. We do too. We offer practical tips for teaching your children math, science, writing, and more! These tips can be applied to any homeschool curriculum. There are also highlights of our new textbooks with examples of how our curriculum trains your children to have success in their learning.
Setting a homeschool schedule can be a constant challenge for homeschool families, but the BJU Press Homeschool Hub is designed for painless planning with the homeschool mom in mind. You can set your homeschool weekly schedule or schedule your homeschool subjects using the Hub. This all-in-one homeschool planner fully aligns with both the BJU Press parent-led textbooks, teacher editions, and our video courses, or you can use the free scheduler without BJU Press materials. Here’s your guide to scheduling your homeschool day with no hassle using the Hub!schedule with the homeschool hub
Many kids struggle in history classes because they are unable to put a list of events and people into a historical context. According to The Nation’s Report Card, only 15% of students in Grade 8 were proficient in U.S. History in 2018. Making timeline projects with your kids will vastly improve their ability to see the big picture and evaluate cause and effect. These skills are critical to historical thinking. Use these creative kid’s timeline project ideas with your kids to help them understand how events fit into their historical contexts.Learn how to make a timeline project
If you’ve ever heard other parents talk about their homeschooling experience or thought about homeschooling your children, you may be wondering what homeschooling is and how it works. Homeschooling is an alternative to a public or private school education. It has many considerations, concerns, and, often, widespread misconceptions. But homeschooling your kids isn’t letting children run wild and do whatever they like—it involves structure, planning, and organization, regardless of your method. Homeschooling isn’t always easy, but it provides unique advantages and opportunities. If you’re exploring the idea of homeschooling or wondering if it’s a good option for your family, here’s a short guide in homeschooling 101.Learn about homeschooling…
For all you Homeschool Hub users, there are now even more fun Hub cutouts for you to create new crafts! Whether you want to celebrate accomplishments, inspire learning, or express creativity, you have a wide variety of options. You can apply these graphics to T-shirts or tote bags, wood plaques, tumblers, notebooks, and even car windows using a vinyl cutting machine or an iron for T-shirts and tote bags. If you already have a Cricut or other vinyl cutting machine, you can start downloading and cutting these great designs even today! If not, you can follow the steps to download and iron on your printed design.
Not a Hub user? The BJU Press Homeschool Hub is a homeschool planner that aligns with your BJU Press materials!Get the Designs!