We have been homeschooling for over 10 years. In that amount of time, we have lived in six different homes. We homeschooled in each one of those homes. It's fall time, so it's time to get organized!
And in each space we learned to adapt where we were learning as well as where we were storing our homeschool curriculum and supplies.
I am going to be sharing some tips and tricks on how you can make the most of your space regardless of how big your home is--it is quick and easy to reassess your space!
The key to homeschooling well from your kitchen table is to make sure that you have a designated storage space for your homeschool supplies.
HOMESCHOOLING FROM YOUR KITCHEN TABLE
One school year I built a L shaped desk along the wall. It worked beautifully for multiple children at a time to work at.
HOMESCHOOL DESK IDEAS
“We have a designated schoolroom/playroom because we love to learn through play! We store all our books & supplies on these shelves as well as most of our toys in the bins. " -Lindsay Smith @littleschoolofsmiths
HEAR FROM OTHER HOMESCHOOL MAMAS