Today, we’re learning how to make a homeschool master workbook. The workbook used as an example in the video below is an inexpensive one from a craft store. However, many of the workbooks we buy as parts of more expensive curriculums are the important ones to make into masters.
Keep in mind that you are only making copies for your own child to use, so that they can repeat worksheets as necessary for extra practice and to make it easy for you to make their seatwork packs. You can also “re-issue” the same worksheet as part of a chapter review or unit test.
The video above shows how to make a master workbook for homeschool. In the video I 3-hole punch the actual worksheets. Sometimes I don’t punch the pages but instead slip them into sheet protectors in the binder. (Subscribers can click here to watch the video.)
How do you save money on homeschooling? Let us know what works for you in the comments below! We originally published Frugal Homeschool: How to Make a Master Workbook on Home Ever After on July 28, 2011.