While we homeschool families do use the whole home, yard included, and whole world as our classroom, sometimes we like to dedicate a room or section of a room for organizing our homeschool “stuff.”
Homeschool Room Ideas on Pinterest
While homeschooling can be done in any room, indoors or out, some families want to makeover the playroom into a place for learning and projects. Here are some ideas.
Reality at the Zeise House ~sigh.
AN Z TO Z ARTICLE
Is it time to convert your preschooler’s playroom into a space for an older child to have all their educational resources handy in one space?
Creating a Homeschool Area
To create a homeschool area in your home, you will need to combine some generic considerations of how to make an environment where education can happen with the practical realities of your particular household.
I have no doubt that the learning that has taken place along the banks of our creek is just as productive and worthwhile as any that would have come in a classroom or at a desk. By Pamela Jorrick, HEM M/J 2011.
Home School Furniture – Creating School Away From School
While selecting home school furniture, try to look for modular furniture as it can be adjusted according to the size of your child and thus last for a longer period of time.
The Homeschool Nature Cabinet
After several years our collection got too large to fit on a table. I needed to find a new solution that wouldn’t take up so much space – but still be attractive.
A Home School Room
I envisioned my boys going in the room at 8:30 every morning and coming out at 12. This room was gonna be great. No maps on the wall in the living room in my house. Well, that 8:30 thing didn’t happen.
A homeschool “room”??
A discussion. Does a homeschool room really get used as such? Conclusion: learning takes place anywhere.
Homeschool Room on Flickr
Collection of 31 photos of one family’s homeschool room. Includes some nice shots outside at spots like the hammock.
How to Create Wall Decorations for a Homeschool Room
No need to invest in commercially made decorations. Have the kids make them as part of the class.
Mama Monk’s Homeschool Room
I took a few more current pictures of our homeschool room and decided to share. Sharing a home office and homeschool space.
My New Stamp Room/Homeschool room
One way not to feel “trapped” in with the kids in their homeschool room, is to make the room a combination of a hobby room for the grownups, too!
Organize kids homeschool rooms
You can create a schedule for your kids and put them into the pocket chart. Once they have done one of the tasks they can turn over the card or they can also put the card on top. That way they simply go down the list and figure out which things they have done and which of them they haven’t.
Organization for Parents and Home Schoolers
Shows how a family has organized their dining room and kitchen for homeschooling and “normal” family uses.
Our Homeschool Room
Since we are living in a 2 bedroom apartment for the next six months (without any of our own furniture), I have had to make some concessions to my ideal homeschool “room.”
Reality of a Homeschool Family
This is our school table. Oh. . . did you notice another laundry basket next to the student desk? That makes six laundry baskets in the room.
Share pictures of your homeschool room
My husband is a computer nerd and set us up with a virtual blackboard that runs on a dual monitor system from my laptop. Photos.
Sneak Peak of our Homeschool
Here are some of our home-school room views for year 2008. Photos.
What is in the *perfect Home School room?
So, does she have the perfect room? I don’t know. I did like the idea of an empty table top enough to blog about it. She really works at releasing clutter out of her home and life, which is a good thing to think about and do.