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    amcutestkids is offline Junior Member
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    Hi, my 15th year old daughter will begin Homeschooling Sept 2nd and need all advice and tips I can get lol. I think i have an idea of how to keep her portfolio, are there worksheets on the website for High Schoolers that I can print? I cannot seem to find anything on that.

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    Jan

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    Hi Jan! I don't know that there are any worksheets at the high school level. My son didn't do any...but I only *make* them do worksheets if they are not grasping a concept and are struggling with getting it online. :/
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    According to a poster on another thread, "The worksheets can be printed from the student's lesson page (they are part of the lesson - at least in the Geography course)."

    Also, the Algebra descriptions say there are worksheets, so hopefully you can find them within the student lesson pages.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyKC View Post
    According to a poster on another thread, "The worksheets can be printed from the student's lesson page (they are part of the lesson - at least in the Geography course)."

    Also, the Algebra descriptions say there are worksheets, so hopefully you can find them within the student lesson pages.
    Thank you for chiming in! After I answered, I thought I remembered my kiddo doing worksheets, so I went back and found some he had done in his folder (I know...I sound so organized, lol!). In Algebra I specifically, they are indeed located with the lessons and activities. They are called "Authentic Tasks."
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