Homeschool Room Tour
Do you have a homeschool room? Ours is just a small room off of our kitchen. (Scroll down to watch the video of our homeschool room tour.)
When we bought our house, it needed a lot of work. It’s still a work in progress, to be honest. But, I really wanted an area off of the kitchen to homeschool in. One of the main things that attracted us to our home was the neighborhood. Another big bonus for me was the nook area off the kitchen. It was just what I was looking for.
I used to lay awake for hours looking at beautiful homeschool rooms and dreaming of a day when I’d have one justlike it. But, that’s not important to me anymore because I realized that I don’t need a beautiful Ikea homeschool room. I love our little cozy homeschooling room even without all the frills!
Homeschool Room Tour
Watch the video below to check out our cozy homeschool space! Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel.
Disclosure: It’s nothing special, and the video is kind of dark. Sorry… I forgot to close the blinds and it doesn’t help that our house is pretty dark anyway!
What’s in our school room?
1 Computer Desk with a Desktop Computer
We don’t have any fancy desks for each child or anything. We just use our kitchen table or the floor for a hard writing space. The computer is used for Math, PE, typing, and YouTube videos.
Our desktop computer is 10 years old. We aren’t using anything fancy, but it still works just fine. We live by the motto: “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.” You’ve got to budget when you have a big family!
The wall map is one of my favorite “Pinterest projects” in the whole room. With my chalkboard doors being second.
My dad bought us a beautiful laminated National Geographic map, and I knew from the get-go I wanted to frame it. But, we were in the middle of selling our new home and buying a new one so I waited.
Once we moved into our new house (and I tore down the ugly wallpaper and painted), I used some pallet wood to frame it.
Here’s the map on Amazon. >>> National Geographic Map
Nature Alphabet Flashcards
I recently hung up the nature alphabet flashcards for my 3-year-old. She was so excited! Here’s a post showing how to create the banner. >>
Adorable Nature Alphabet Flashcards
and here’s the link to the actual flashcards: Printable Nature ABC Cards
Charlotte Mason Motto Printables
I snagged the coral frame from a local thrifts store! I love finding deals like that.
Here’s a link for the Free Charlotte Mason Motto Printables. >>> CM Mottos
Recliner & Storage Bench
We also have a recliner and a storage bench in our schoolroom. Why? Because I want my children to have a comfortable place to sit and read or do their work. We’re not trying to mimic public school in our home.
In our homeschool room, we use the closet for all of our supplies and school work. I put the 10 drawer carts in there because my little ones always want to pull the drawers out. So, to avoid the mess and potentially broken drawers, I put them in the closet. Out of sight, out of mind.
Dry Erase Calendar
I used to have a pocket chart calendar for our homeschool, but I decided to switch to a dry-erase one. It’s just so much easier for us. I don’t have to worry about losing any of the pieces.
Hope you enjoyed our homeschool room tour! Now, It’s Your Turn!
What does your homeschool room look like? Do you use the kitchen? Do you have a separate room?? Let me know in the comments.