A lot of homeschoolers avoid testing on principle, because they know that testing alone isn't an accurate measure of education.
It's important, however, that our kids know how to take tests, especially if they're college-bound. A lot of homeschool curricula include fill-in-the-blank, matching, and multiple choice tests, but what about those fill-in-the-bubble type?
Unless a child takes a standardized test, he's probably not going to encounter these bubble test forms very often, if at all. So how do you help your child get familiar with that type of test form?
It's easy. You can generate your own unique bubble test forms here. There are a number of customization options, including making the answers True and False instead of only multiple choice. Once you've created your form, you can print out as many copies as you'd like.
So if your curriculum uses a multiple choice or T/F test structure (or you make up one of your own), you might try generating a bubble test sheet so your child can practice taking the test with that method. It'll be a painless way to prepare them for taking college entrance tests (like SAT and ACT) as well as regular college exams.