Six years later, we have a dedicated school room AND school stuff has taken over our whole house!
|Kids arrange the daily schedule|
Still, it's nice to have a semi-organized work area. It helps the kids stay focused and it does cut down on SOME of the clutter in the rest of our home.
Our basement is the official headquarters of the Super-Awesome School of Super-Awesomeness. Meditation, discussions, read-alouds, and independent reading happen here:
Note the BOSU bouncer, an excellent helper for kids who need to MOVE while they think. It's also helpful for my early-finisher: he can be active-but-quiet while his methodical (and much neater) sister completes her work!
Most of the book work and writing happens here:
Again, here is a solution to keep squirmy legs and feet busy so the mind can focus:
The stuff we use frequently is stored here. Mom's shelf is on top, students' shelf is below.
Oh, darn! Looks like I forgot to take a picture of my desk!
That's too bad because it's in absolutely (cough cough) PRISTINE condition going into the 2014-15 school year. Wish you could see how neat and perfectly organized it is...oh, well, you'll just have to take my word for it!
Linked to iHomeschool Network's NBTS Blog Hop: http://www.ihomeschoolnetwork.com/6th-annual-not-back-to-school-blog-hop-school-room-week/