Get inspired by samples of homeschool student artwork, lesson pages, bookwork and hands-on activities.
"Wonder is the glue that holds everything together." - Richard Wagamese
Learning Portfolio Examples
The Learning Portfolio is a place where your child will express their learning artistically. It is a place to gather evidence of their understanding of concepts brought to them over several days. The Learning Portfolio is a final copy of your child's work. It's important to ask children to bring their best effort forward in drawing, handwriting, recognizing beauty and aesthetics and finding proper balance on the page. Working in the Learning Portfolio is an opportunity to build independent work habits. It's an excellent opportunity to have your child open up their book and get down to bookwork in a quiet, uncluttered atmosphere. You may be present, quietly working on your own thing but at the same time not engaging your child in conversation. For your child to be inspired by what they could achieve, it's helpful to have an image that they can be guided by. Sometimes parents are comfortable drawing themselves, in which case you could draw alongside your child and inspire them. Parents who are less comfortable with drawing could find a beautiful image in a book, online or in our daily lesson plans that your child could work from.