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Student Logbook: A product review

Today I am excited to share with you a new tool for your homeschool students, as well as one for yourself.



My Student Logbook was created out of necessity!  Corina has a great story to share with you as how this all came about.  You are invited to click over and read all about it.  HER STORY.

When I was contacted by Corina about her student logbook I was intrigued.  We had not really tracked anything much in our homeschool (except attendance) and I saw this as an opportunity to get more organized on both the student and teacher level.

I was impressed with the quality of the book and loved the cover design she picked out for us.  It does come in MANY different themes that you can pick from. 

The set up was easy to follow using their video provided on their website but there are also written instructions inside the logbook.

Zachary was excited to get started.  



We used it for a week and I found that Zachary had a feeling of accomplishment. Something he could see how much work he really finished.  I loved it because he knew what was expected of him everyday!





I was impressed with the size of the book and the way it was bound. They did not skimp on materials here!

Here are some details about it:

Product Details:
Book Dimensions:  8.5" x 11", just under 1/2" thick
Pages:
     Heavy clear plastic protective sheet
     Cover of your choice
     Intro page
     Setup Instructions
     Using My Student Logbook to Create High School Transcripts article
     6 Checklist pages
     53 Weeks' worth of pre-dated calendar pages
                Dated from Aug. 1 - July 31  (or Jan. 1 - Dec. 31 for Calendar Year Logbooks)
                7 days/week:  Monday - Sunday
     1 Color paper divider
     1 All About Me page
     1 Prayers and Goals page
     1 Bible Verses Memorized page
     3 Books Read pages
     3 Events, Projects, Field Trips, Presentations, Activities pages
     3 Test Records pages
     1 Year Highlights:  My Favorite Memories from this Year page
     Heavy black plastic back cover
     Black plastic spiral binding

Even though we are not at the stage of creating highschool transcripts she tells you in the Student Logbook how easy it is.  All in one spot. 

As Corina states in her Student Logbook...easy to set up, easy to maintain.  She is right!

You can connect with Corina and The Student Logbook in several places:




I was given a Student Logbook in exchange for my honest opinion.  No other compensation was given.
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