Homeschool Attendance Records
Not everyone has to keep track of attendance. If you do, here are four attendance form choices. The top two are the most official looking attendance forms. The Colonial Planner attendance form is the nicest but uses 3 sheets of paper. The 180 Days Attendance Form is extremely plain.
The 2-page attendance form can keep attendance records for one student. Each page is for one semester. Keep attendance totals for each week, each month, and each semester.
The form is available starting in the months: July or August.
August - 2 Januaries (Aug-Jan-Jan) would be the one that I would have needed in the past. Our semesters typically ran from August to December and then from January through May. Sometimes the 1st semester spilled into January and sometimes the 2nd semester spilled into June.
2-Page Dated Attendance Files updated for 2013, DY
3-Page Attendance Form - Colonial Planner
3-Page Attendance Files updated for the year 2013,
Attendance H is an attendance calendar that prints horizontally (landscape). Attendance H allows you to count attendance for more than one child. The calendars are available for seven children (3 pages), four children (2 pages), and two children (1 page). These numbers of children were chosen not because I think they are common, but because the ruled lines for each child fit nicely on a certain amount of pages.
The Files for Attendance H
All of the calendars begin in July.
Attendance H Files updated for the year 2013,
This form is very basic. Simply write the date in each square. Each row has 10 squares. There are
two forms, one with 180 squares and one with 200 squares. The 200 Days form has numbers 1-200 to the side of each row in increments of 10.
180 Days of Attendance
200 Days of Attendance
This is a ruled calendar. To see other ruled calendars without the "Student Attendance" Header, go to these links:
Files for Ruled "Student Attendance" Calendar
Ruled Student Attendance Calendar Files updated for the year 2013,
More Calendars at DonnaYoung.org
Lesson Planner with Calendar Border
In Homeschool Planner
In the Art section
A Fragmentary Account The unique one-line-a-day journal