Step away from Instagram or Pinterest, away from the “picture perfect” homeschool room. There is no perfect homeschool room. There is what works for you and your kids, and your home. Gather ideas from what others have done, but only use them for homeschool room ideas, not as the idea of perfect.
We have gone from a dining room homeschool room to having an actual homeschool room, and are back to a dining room homeschool room. Want the truth? We never used the actual homeschool room for more than storage of our stuff.
Our homeschool life is our life. Using the dining room table for our lessons and going back to storing things in a hutch works best for us. If you walked into our house you wouldn’t know we homeschool, you’d just think we really, really like books, which we do!
Even if you don’t have full curriculum as we didn’t the first few years, it still takes space, and you a homeschool room isn’t always practical or even wanted. So how do you homeschool without a homeschool room?
If you’ve dedicated a space for educating your kids, chances are you’re looking for a few homeschool room ideas. In this post, I’ll share my top must-have suggestions for what to include in your own homeschool room when you’re getting started.
If you are new to homeschool, you are probably eager to get started. Here are important things to consider while setting up your homeschool classroom at home that will help make your homeschooling journey a successful one.
Are you looking for ideas to design and organize your home office or a homeschool room or even just a room where your kids can do their homework and read books? Check out these tips and learn from this homeschooling family how to organize a homeschool room and office on a budget!
Workboxes are a great way to help keep your homeschool books and supplies organized in one place. They also provide a structure for planning and assigning lessons, and giving kids choices in their homeschool day.
Instead of traditional school supplies, many parents are finding themselves shopping for desks and computers this school year instead. Here are some tips for setting up your own home learning space or homework station!
I love to organize and plan, so when it came time to organize our school room for the year….eeeek! I am going to share my space and I am NOT telling you how to do yours, just sharing what works for us.
It was time to go back to school time and mom had plans. Plans that involved upgrading the playroom from a place filled with toys and primary colors to a place that would allow focus and learning and productivity. I wanted a…Homework Station.