Do you homeschool your children? I love that you have all there supplies out in the open and in the kitchen.. I am going to be homeschooling and I love the idea of what you have done
and was homeschooled ( unschooled). We are about to move in 5 days and I am trying to find what works best for those who homeschool. I need some good organization ideas, although that's so hard with little ones but wondering what you found worked beat for you at there age. We do not do school work yet
How has homeschool been for you? I'm so blessed to I can't imagine them anywhere else but close by my side each day.
Hi Sarah! I do homeschool my children. Each day is a new adventure with them, and I feel truly blessed to have this opportunity. This photo is of the loft area in our house which is where we do most of our schoolwork. Let me know if you have any questions.
Homeschooling calls for many small items: glue sticks, tape, crayons, pipe cleaners and more. Weir finds storage and clutter-control comfort in baskets. "Baskets leave items easily accessible, but they hide the different tiny parts from view," she says. Weir also uses the workbox system, where each of
designated homeschool area such as this, Weir likes to break up the monotony of daily schooling by switching to a different area in the house occasionally. "Sometimes we 'do school' in the kitchen because it breaks up the pace; the new setting reinvigorates us," says Weir.