Thursday, August 2, 2012

Back to Homeschool--Homeschool Classrooms


Welcome back for day four of the Back to Homeschool Blog Hop! Today you will be touring homeschool classrooms!

We are actually very fortunate to have a room set aside for our school books and supplies. There is even a table and chairs in there, at which we could do schoolwork! ;-)

But I must admit, we don't do schoolwork only at that table! A lot of it is done in the living room, at the coffee table. The dining table is often used, too. I think Little Bit's favorite place is at my bed! My bedroom has white walls (the rest of the rooms have a darker paneling). It seems he and I both prefer the brightness of my room.

So, come with me now on a photo tour of our school work spaces.

Looking in from the doorway

Maps, flannel board behind the door
Hubby built shelves in the closet

some of the picture book shelves

Yes, Milo sometimes supervises!

Table in the classroom

Geography, at dining table

Salt dough map, Kansas


working at my bed

Math, at the coffee table

Reading Game, at the coffee table

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  1. I love the cat, and your huge dining table!

  2. Thanks for sharing your school room! {it is really nice to have a room just for school and all supplies, for sure} :-)

  3. I love all your books! It's nice to have them in one area. I finally have been able to do that recently.

  4. Great space!!! We have a dedicated room too but we often spread out all over.

  5. What a GREAT room! I love the salt dough maps, I'll have to try that out with my kiddos! This is our first year, we are doing University style schooling (co-op), I am very excited! What are your best tips! I'm working on our room this weekend, hopefully I can post some pictures soon! Blessings!

  6. love the maps - still trying to figure out how to do ours!


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