Do you use the tests or cumulative reviews? I find those so hard to add in I wish she just added them in and not put them separately.
Uh, yes. This is where it gets slightly more complicated.
This is what works for me and my kids.
First, I print out the table of contents for my own reference. At the end of each chapter, there are two sections: Mixed Review and Review. So I'll tell my printer to print all the lesson pages and JUST the Review pages, using the table of contents to help determine page numbers to print. Then I'll print the chapter test. (I make a note of what page numbers the Mixed Review are and set it aside for later.)
So now I have a stack of papers that includes the lessons, Review, and test for one chapter. I do this with all the chapters.
And you could stop right here and be done for the year.
But my kids usually finish that up before the end of the school year. So, to prep for that, I make the Mixed Review packet.
Now I'll use those Mixed Review pages numbers I saved from before and print those. Then I will print all the Cumulative Reviews. I will put the Mixed and Cumulative Reviews in chapter order (so they'll end up alternating). Then at the end, I'll print the End of the Year test.
This makes a big overview of the entire year that goes back and does (what is now) the easy stuff first.
I hope that was helpful!
I think that if I didn't make that Mixed Review packet, I'd add that chapter's Cumulative Review page AFTER the test. That way the child doesn't get confused about what material is going to be tested.
Edited by carriede, 21 October 2017 - 03:06 PM.