Unlike some of the quite lovely Pinterest pictures of homeschool classrooms, we don’t have a dedicated learning space where we do homeschooling – it just happens wherever the children decide to learn.
Our computer table is also big enough that C can use it to do stop-motion videos with the web-cam ( with an old cardboard box we keep handy for the backdrop). We also use the web-cam for online lessons and as a microphone for LOTE practice.
The kids have a little red table that we use for meals and everything else. During the day, it often becomes a little craft centre for cutting, gluing and painting. It’s also light enough to be moved from room to room.
This one is a work-in-progress as C and his dad love to do woodwork and electronics. We have all
the tools and equipment, we just need the shelving in the kitchen so it’s easier to access. At the moment, it’s just in a few bags in the kitchen.
We have so many books. They are in every room of our house (except the bathroom). Wall-to-wall in places. We have three dedicated spaces for the kids books – one in C’s bedroom, and one each in each of the main living spaces. This makes it easy for them to sit down with a book whenever they want. Which they do, a lot.
And that’s it for the tour of our living spaces! I hope you’ve enjoyed the All Aussie Not Back To School Hop and that you’ll go and check out what other homeschool families do to organise their spaces.
Please also feel free to check out my earlier posts on the All Aussie Not Back To School Blog Hop: