Roadschool Record Keeping Made Easy

The pencils are sharpened and planner options appear everywhere on the table! The Roadschool Moms duo is sorting it all out. Moreover, with 30 years of Mom-experience, these two fulltime RVing mamas share affiliate links for products used in their own rolling homeschools. Episode four is all about homeschool record keeping for a successful roadschool year!

Record keeping requirements vary depending on the state. But, everyone agrees a record of family learning activities is important. Even unschoolers might record attendance, activities and projects in case of a domicile change. Being prepared helps families stay cool under pressure! As with any system, the best one is the one you will use.

In their usual quest for all the answers, the Roadschool Moms team talks with record keeping expert, Dave, from Homeschool Tracker, on the show. Hit the replay to reveal all the details about this comprehensive and easy-to-use online program from this feature interview:

  • Program for all levels of detailed record keeping
  • Includes grading option and other report features
  • High school transcripts a snap
  • Student access for assignments and more
  • Manages up to 20 students
  • Training webinars and video user guides

Live listeners earn the chance to win an entire year of Homeschool Tracker. Listen in for more details. Those who catch the replay still have a chance to take advantage of a free trial offer.

If a curriculum with integrated record keeping is in your sights, look no further than Time4Learning. This customized, self-paced K-12 program is a great fit for many roadschoolers. The log-in history for each child creates reports and an attendance record. As a result, homeschool portfolios and transcripts come together in a snap. For a free trial, use “roadschooler” to give it a test drive for the next successful roadschool adventure.

Some homeschoolers prefer a paper style record keeping system.  Most noteworthy, Roadschool Moms Sarah James sends her glowing recommendation for A Plan in Place. This site has it all with planners for kids at different age levels or even mom and dad! Shopper options include customized hard-copy planners as well as digital products. This site offers a straightforward way to stay organized.

If you are looking for a roadmap for your next learning adventure, scroll through the RSM library on iTunes to find more than 120 podcast replays.

Roadschool Moms is a live, one-hour weekly broadcast dedicated to the needs and challenges facing today’s roadschool moms. Kimberly Travaglino, co-founder of Fulltime Families, and Mary Beth Goff, the creator of Road Trip Teacher, team up every week to offer listeners a fresh take on homeschooling while traveling full time across America’s backyard.

I’d Rather Be Texting

I’d Rather Be Texting with Julianna Curtis, Shine Curtis, Jimmy Curtis, Phoebe Nolette, and Joshua Nolette takes you to our Finish  Well Conference. This workshop is led by a homeschool grad as well as four homeschool high schoolers who looked at all the times they thought, or even said, “I’d rather be texting than do that.” They each share some great insight into the benefits of doing just the opposite. Listen in and enjoy some of the wisdom that these young speakers shared at Finish Well 2013.

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HSHSP Ep 50: College-Attractive Transcripts

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College-bound homeschool highschoolers need to have a transcript that is college-attractive. Humdrum or sparse transcripts won’t help our teens if they are aiming for a competitive or high-standards college!

How do you help your highschoolers develop a transcript with *sparkle*?

How do you make sure you’ve included the things on the transcript that can catch an admissions officer’s eye?

Fortunately for HSHSP listeners, Sabrina, Vicki and Kym can help! Vicki has served locally and online as a homeschool highschool academic advisor for 20 years. Sabrina and Kym are favorite go-to mentors in the homeschool community.

Join Sabrina, Vicki and Kym for some expert advice and some light-hearted fun!

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Don’t Be a Nimrod

Finish Well Radio Presents, “Don’t be a Nimrod!
“Who is Nimrod anyway? Learn about this notorious leader, mighty hunter, and builder of the Tower of Babel. He is a great example of what to avoid when making life decisions and leading others. Meredith Curtis loves uncovering exciting tidbits from the past. Ancient History and Scripture collide to pass on wisdom as we learn another Life Lesson from Ancient History.

HSHSP Ep 27: What Are Social Sciences?

What are social sciences?

What are social sciences Homeschool Highschool Podcast

Many colleges these days are looking for social sciences on the homeschool transcript.

What are social sciences? How do you decide which social sciences are best for your teen? Why should you bother?

Join Vicki, Sabrina and Kym as they share lots of tips about homeschool highschool social sciences in this episode of The Homeschool Highschool Podcast!

Lessons Learned in Homeschooling High School

Lessons Learned Homeschooling High School: Homeschool Sanity Show Podcast

Are you thinking about homeschooling high school? Or are you looking for tips and encouragement to continue the journey? Either way you’ll enjoy this episode with Kym Smythe, Vicki Tillman, and Sabrina Justison of They’re the moms to talk to for real-life high school homeschooling advice.


The 7 Sisters wrote a guest post on Psychowith6 that you won’t want to miss on the best electives for the homeschool transcript.

Homeschool High School Podcast

For more from these wise moms, subscribe to The Homeschool High School Podcast.

Have a happy homeschool week!

Finish Well Homeschooling High School Conference

This two day conference has something for every member of your family. There are main sessions and workshops which are prayerfully chosen to assist parents in homeschooling and parenting. This includes dealing with rebellion, mentoring your teen, making transcripts, creating classes, and going to college debt-free. Some sessions are just for teens. These sessions address issues of importance such as getting along with parents, purity, college success, friendship, and growing in your relationship with Christ. We even have sessions designed especially for our younger guests, ages 5-12.

“Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but only one receives the prize?
Run in such a way that you may win.”  I Corinthians 9:24

RSM: College – Yah or Nah?!

FW Radio – Stay Close to Jesus in High School

fw_029_CloseHS_smStaying close to Jesus while you’re in high school is important. It’s not a difficult thing to do if you know how. Listen in this month as Meredith Curtis tells you how she got saved in high school and grew close to the Lord while attending public school in South Florida. She’ll share with you the secrets of staying close to the Lord. You can do it too!

Your Homeschooled Teen Has ADD? Help is Here

Help for Homeschooled Teens with A.D.D.: The Homeschool Sanity Show

A homeschooling mom on asked for advice for her homeschooled teen and I thought other parents might have the same question. If you or your homeschooled teen is forgetful, distracted, or disorganized, listen to this episode of The Homeschool Sanity Show.

Teaching Tip of the Week

This week’s teaching tip is to make room for Christmas activities in your homeschool. Use my funny winter writing prompts for writing. Above all, allow Christmas to be a peaceful, joyful time in your homeschool, rather than a stressful one.

Organized Homeschool Challenge of the Week

The Curriculum Review Challlenge

How to Help Your Homeschooled Teen with A.D.D. Links

Christmas Break

The Homeschool Sanity Show will be on Christmas break until 12/29/15 when I’ll share how 2016 can be your most organized homeschool year ever.

Have a happy homeschool week!


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