Where do we "do" home school?
The short answer: it varies! For a picture story, keep reading :)
Typically, it has been in the dining room, as it is with many other home educators. In our open floor plan, the kitchen, dining room, living room and entryway are almost completely open to each other, with just one short wall between kitchen and living where the cabinets hang. At the end of that wall is a low counter, which is my own office area. (Warning: These pics are real. I didn't clean or straighten *at all* before shooting them!)
|My command center - Mac, student schedule hanging on left, tadpole tank on right, and my paper clutter :-/|
|Piano, chalkboard, picture study hanging, globe, and shelves for supplies and games|
|kid-sized table in playroom|
|slouching on the exercise ball, lol|
|Our Settlers of Catan game table (DH's pride and joy), taken over by Legos|
|Board game shelves, and books stored in banker's boxes|
|Bible timeline in entryway (behind front door when opened)|
|Hallway between dining and play rooms with world map and hopefully a timeline again soon|
Where do you teach your children?