Hurray! We have done it again. It’s time to celebrate with our kids in successfully completing another year of homeschool! What’s the best way to celebrate? Well, free printables of course! Here’s a Free Homeschool Graduation Printable just for you.
Free Homeschool Graduation Printable
I created this cute little homeschool graduation printable for a keepsake for my girls to add to their finished binders for the year. So of course, I had to share it with all of you. XOXO. We are in this together mama, let’s end the year strong.
We are bringing to a close our 7th year of homeschooling. What a journey it has been. Does anyone else feel like the year just flew by…sigh. This is the last year I will have a kindergartner. My oldest is almost 10 and is entering 5th grade next year. Wow. It is so true what they say – IT GOES FAST. I feel like we have entered hyper speed. I just want to slow it all down a bit.
So yep, next year I will have a 1st grader, a 3rd grader and one in 5th grade! It just doesn’t seem possible. I am so thankful I have so many wonderful memories, bonus memories I like to call them, cause if I had sent them to school the majority of their memories wouldn’t include me. I had a reflective moment, that truly made me realize how very blessed I am to homeschool. I was sitting with my girls one day, doing some read-aloud time together and it hit me if I had never homeschooled all the memories that would be erased never to have existed. This made me tear up. Gah… it’s happening again as I write this. It makes my heart hurt to think about it. We are just so blessed to be called home.
Ok, so enough of the emotional stuff…
So back to the free homeschool graduation printable…
I’m going to either attach a photo of each of the girls beginning of the year school pictures in the blank space or maybe have them do a hand print depending on what they prefer. I truly hope you have been just as blessed in your homeschool as we have been.
Download your copy of the free homeschool graduation printable HERE. You can either attach a photo in the blank space or maybe have them do a hand print depending on what they prefer. There are three to choose from- black and white, Hint of Blue, or Hint of Pink. Enjoy and Have a blessed Summer!
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