Homeschool long enough and you'll hear about it.
I linked in the resource that helped me most
It's positively everywhere!
In fact, I'm not sure how I managed to be so late on the draw? I've been homeschooling for three years and only recently stumbled onto this little gem of an idea. I suppose I've been living in Survival Mode for the past coupla years. Which is understandable. And is the segue into my daily Seizure Mommy plug.
Because seriously...loving a baby with catastrophic epilepsy and the radical treatments it brings leaves barely enough left over to survive never mind Workbox
Back to Workboxes.
I fell in loooooooooove with the idea immediately. And since it was right around my (it's way too early in our relationship for me to spill which) birthday I decided to use my mulah and race to Ikea. Where I just knew I would find the workbox set up of my homeschooling mommy dreams!
Of course it always looks much cuter before you start filling the bins. But still. I'm liking it.
|As you can see...I'm still working on labeling|
|Although I'm only homeschooling one right now our school room also functions as a therapy room for Trevy|
|I always like seeing the way other families set up...it gives me fresh ideas|
|We've been posting our Parade of Nations on the wall but I'm already thinking next year to either lapbook or binder our Geography|
|This is an idea I "borrowed" from someone else. It's a cuter way to create a daily pocket chart-ish station. Works great with older kids who think pocket charts are for babies! I like this concept and will use it again next year - only better!|