I found these cute report cards at the homeschool store in our state's capital.
I love the character building side of the report card.
The above pictures are of Little Red Riding Hood's report card. She is struggling most in handwriting, which seems to be a theme among all my kids. I left out music because my brain forgot all about that subject at 11:00 pm, and I didn't have any written grades for that subject. So far, we have mostly been doing music appreciation, which in my opinion is not a graded activity. I also left out Sign Language because that is done mostly as a fun and infrequent activity around here.
I found out that Chuckie Cheese will give 15 free tokens to any child who produces a report card with at least one A on it. My kids rarely get to go to our local Chuckie Cheese, which is small and non-crazy during the day. They were delighted with the surprise and I was delighted that it was free.
I am glad we decided to do report cards this year. It gives me a real look at where we are and what we need to refocus/change every nine weeks. Do any of you do report cards?