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Not sure what to include?
Fill in the form as much as you can.
Be sure to include the child's name and date of birth, address, a parent's name, a parent's email address and phone number.
Ask for help; we'll help you figure the other details.
Preregistration allows a parent to begin the evaluation process 2-12 months in advance.
(1) Complete the Preregister Option form.
(2) Confirmation will be sent; usually within one week. We will note if additional information is required.
(3) Mid-year, provide a few more recent samples; a reminder will be sent.
(4) An update will be sent verifying that all needed information is on file.
(5) Contact us with questions if needed.
(6) 3-5 weeks before your evaluation deadline, we will call for a brief chat with the child(ren) and finalize the evaluation. (Or call if evaluation is required earlier.)
(7)We send documentation to you, the parent, with directions for filing with school district as required by Florida law.
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Q: I'm not sure what you want me to send to start. I won't begin until next week and plan to use Master Books and Time4Learning. What should I send?
Most would wait to start the process until their first week of learning. You can start earlier if you have some materials ready to show me.
What you would send me:
(1) Log of educational activities
A photo(s) or scan(s) of your log of educational activities. It could just be notes of what your child is learning the first week. It could be a photo of the table of contents pages if you are using books. If you use a curriculum that comes with lesson plans, a photo or screenshot of the first day's plans with a check mark or date on it works great. It could be a lesson plan book showing notes about what was done the first week. It could be a screenshot of a report from an app they use. Or just a short list of some educational things the child did. Use the format that makes sense to you and send me a photo or scan of it. (You an change how you keep the log later if you wish; you aren't locked in to sticking with one method if you later find a better way.)
For what you have planned, a photo of the table of contents from the Master Books would be perfect.
(2) Titles of reading materials
Send at least 2 titles of reading materials. If you are using textbooks or workbooks, send the names of those. If you aren't, that's okay because they are not the only way to learn. You can send titles of any reading materials--books the child read (or that you read to the child), stories, websites, apps, magazines, etc. Find at least two titles to send me. (A few more is better, but at least two will work.)
For what you have planned, you would like the master books and Time4learning.
(3) Samples of work
Send a few samples of materials that your child used or created. You could send photos or scans of some pages read. Or of a project the child starts. Or screenshots of websites used or apps used. You could send photos of your child being active--that's P.E. Or working in the kitchen--home economics. Or gardening--science. I need at least two samples (no more than 6) to get started. Ideally, they'll give an idea of what your child is working on in the beginning.
For what you have planned, photos of the first page from the beginning of the Master Books and/or screen shots of Time4Learning lessons would be perfect.
Let me know if you have further questions.