This post is just a few months old, but it’s one of the most popular here.
Some states require extensive homeschool portfolios be maintained to ensure parents are complying with regulations.
Other states are fairly lenient, but many parents still like to keep a portfolio to document a child’s work and progress.
In my quest to become a better portfolio parent, I decided to share the bounty of links I found.
Homeschool Essentials: The Portfolio – Great breakdown on getting a portfolio started
Donna Young’s Homeschool Portfolio Planner – A great assortment of printables to help you get started
Homeschool Portfolio Evaluations Shouldn’t Be Scary! – Q&A about portfolios
Homeschool Portfolios – How one mom puts together her portfolio
Homeschool Portfolios – An extensive list of what this mom includes in portfolios
Homeschool Portfolio – Complete with editable PDF printables
Recordkeeping: Portfolio & Grades – Includes ideas of what to include for each subject
Creating a Homeschooling Portfolio – A PA mom’s guide to creating a portfolio
Preparing a Homeschool Portfolio – Another guide to creating a portfolio
How to Create a Homeschool Portfolio – A list of essentials to include
8 Benefits of Creating Homeschool Portfolios – A list of the benefits of having a portfolio
Creating, Maintaining, and Presenting a Homeschool Portfolio – This takes from the beginning to the end of the process
Preparing the Homeschool Portfolio – Another list of items to include
Homeschool Portfolio 1, 2, 3 – Great step-by-step process with lots of pictures
How to Make a Homeschool Portfolio – More great pictures
How to Make a Homeschool Portfolio – Tab ideas and scrapbooking suggestions
Create the Perfect Homeschool Portfolio – Another mom’s way of doing things
Keeping a Homeschool Portfolio for High School – A list of high school specific ideas
Homeschool Portfolios: Evaluation Checklist and More – Includes a link to a free checklist
A Homeschool Portfolio – An extensive post about this family’s homeschool portfolio