SimpleHomeschool called Record Keeping for Interest Led Learners. We all need to keep records and be ready to give an account of our homeschool. It's illegal to neglect your child's education, and if you follow more of an "unschooling" or "interest led" approach, you might LOOK neglectful. But hey, prove them wrong! Keep track of everything and keep evidence. And if you need to report to a school authority every year, recording keeping has to be even more organized.
In that post, I ask readers to comment on their chosen record-keeping method. I hope you'll add your two-cents-worth!
After reading some comments at Simple Homeschool, Joni suggested a resource that looks perfect (for my style, anyway). It's called A Record of the Learning Lifestyle by Charlene Notgrass. Here's a sample page (click to enlarge):
Each child could have their own notebook (they have different covers to choose from!) and this could be a little educational diary. I love it.