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done a lot of homework sitting at our kitchen stools, I love the designated homework space in this kitchen and the built-in chalkboard and shelves. With a setup like this, your child can work close by while you cook, but will be removed from the hustle and bustle of food prep.
Not facing the wall. No child should ever have to do hours of homework facing a wall. That is just awful.
Love the area in the kitchen for the kids to do homework and the little chalkboard on
Kids zone near kitchen for homework!!
doubles as a message center with a chalkboard backsplash. If your kids do homework in a location like this, it’s a great place to post reminders about dinnertime or sports events.
Homework zone. If your kids end up doing homework in the kitchen, it can be helpful to carve out a dedicated spot for schoolwork
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essentials, and consider some special tools. Good task lighting is key for any workspace, and these hanging fixtures offer form as well as function. A homework station like this, tucked out of the way in an upstairs hall, is another great option for older kids — it will keep them away from distracting family
kids homework space- like the cork and cabinets, but not necessarily this set up.
I like the homework room idea, and having it accessed by some stairs to keep it's privacy, but still flows into living room
Color code a door or two to remind both adults and little ones this room is a special place (for doing homework or another activity).
This homework area build-out offers everything children need to get their work done: a writing surface, task lighting, a corkboard, closed storage and cushioned
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Style of homework desks are neat
Having a homework area for kids
homework area for kids
Of course, when you’re planning or choosing any homework zone, be sure to factor in the need for multiple electrical outlets for all the high-tech devices permanently attached to our children (and ourselves)
Homework station...Homework area...Student homework...cool homework zone!
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I think I know where this house is, just north of us. I want to make sure to incorporate a plan for homework/craft storage in desk/kitchen area
love this idea for lots of kids with homework!
homework desk setup (hard to see)
I like the row of desks for homework
little private desks for kids to do homework on. great idea!
to work hard for the family, and nowhere is that more apparent than in the study area. Industrial-chic metal chairs sit side by side fronting the homework desk area, lit by task lighting, natural light from surrounding windows and dropped bulb lighting. There's plenty of storage space for papers, books
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Kid's Study off of Living Room
Exactly what I want. Two homework stations in study, and I love the separating drawers.
Can we fit a study area somewhere for the girls to do homework?
Craft room/kids homework
desk wall for kids homework/laptop
study/homework area...Kids Homework room...Homework nook...Homework area...homework wall
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Kids homework station with the desk lamps.
para el homework room
kids homework tables
Homework desk...Homework area
area, 'hallway' zone turned into home office/homework zone
The homework station here is set away from the basement’s main entertainment area (and distractions)
their homework, so it isn’t often feasible to ban electronic devices altogether. But Dolin suggests setting some guidelines. Silencing the cell phone and putting it out of reach on the other side of the room can help prevent temptation. Children of all ages need frequent breaks during homework, so decide
Shincarick recommends keeping video gaming devices off limits until after homework. “Gaming devices zap their attention,” she says. “They’re not a good idea during breaks, because they suck you in to the next level.” The homework station here is set away from the basement’s main entertainment area (and