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Wrapping Up a Homeschool Year – Storage Ideas & Graduation

Homeschool Storage and Graduation Ideas

It’s that time of year again, can you believe it?  Many homeschool families are reaching the end of their books and thinking about wrapping up the school year.  Some of you may even have a child who is wrapping up their entire homeschool career!  This month, the authors here at The Curriculum Choice want to share with you lots of great ideas  for storing the remnants of your homeschool year, as well as planning for graduation.  Feel free to share you own ideas in the comments!  Enjoy!

Review Team Features


Betsy at BJ’s Homeschool Consulting:

Preparing (my heart) for Graduation“The graduation details have been relatively easy….but today, I am focusing on preparing myself, and my heart, for my daughter’s graduation from our homeschool…..”

Making Our College Choice – “The main decision to be made was between a large state college, and a smaller state college, both within commuting distance of our home.  Both had a large choice of majors. But one of them seemed to fit my teen, to the tee.”

End-of-the-Year-Homeschool-Celebrations-with-Multiple-Ages-580x386Tricia at Hodgepodge:

End of the Year Homeschool Celebrations with Multiple Ages – science fair and art projects, drama troupe productions, spring sing and more!

A Unit Celebration – invite the grandparents, friends and neighbors and show off all your children have learned.

End a Homeschool Year with a Unit Study – a unit study can be a fun way to start, end or mix up a school year.

End of Unit Celebration Display

Barb at Harmony Fine Arts

Tapestry of Grace Unit Celebration – end of the year celebration with family and friends

Notebooking – End of the Year Organization – see how we pull together our end of the year binders

Clean Sweep and Ready for Summer Art – sharing how I organize at the end of the year for some summer time art

End of the school year

Cindy at Our Journey Westward

Packing Up the School Year –  This post was written several years ago, but I still follow the same procedure when wrapping up our school year.

Weekly Lesson Notebooks – Year-end record-keeping will be super easy this time around since we’ve been so organized with our lesson notebooks!

Organizing E-Books – Here’s a summer organization project for you, mom.  Never forget all the wonderful e-book curriculum hiding on your computer again!


High School Diploma – a list of resources from HSLDA

Planning a Homeschool High School Graduation – A 10 Day series at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool

And in closing, how about a fun Celebrate Summer! Pinterest board full of ideas?

~Hosted by Amy Maze, Living and Learning at Home

Amy Maze (18 Posts)

Amy Maze is a homemaker, mother to two little children, child of God, and a blogger. She loves to learn, plan, and create. When she is not teaching her children or spending time with her husband, you will find her blogging at Living and Learning at Home and Classical Copywork.

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  • Tina Robertson May 1, 2014, 8:44 am

    I enjoyed this article today. Graduating any grade and finishing up another school year is a huge achievement no matter the struggle for the year.
    Preparing for a graduation is a cause of celebration and one where your emotions can run a whole host of emotions. It’s all so worth celebrating!
    Loved the tips on storage too because you never get enough ideas for all the clutter. :o)
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  • Dee Paisley May 1, 2014, 11:16 am

    Ugh, e-book organization is a good reminder for me. I’m trying so to be paperless (evernote etc), and forget what I’ve got in the computers. Great way to make a mom think how to “run the ship” even better. Thanks

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