Sharing 5 Days of Clever DIY Hacks for Your Homeschool Spaces Day 1 Small Spaces today, I am hoping a little bit of inspiration will spur you on to redesign your homeschool spaces.
The Zen of Small Homeschool Spaces
When I started homeschooling, there were 5 of us in a 800 square foot cabin and 200 feet of that was the porch. So guess what? I used the porch too for outside activities. True, my kids were very little then and they didn’t mind the shared spaces, but sometimes you just have no choice.
Thinking outside the box and using portable or mobile items was key to making part of our small space an early learning space. For example, I had a word wall that I folded and put away behind the refrigerator when I needed the bar space to teach Mr. Senior 2013. I only wish now that I had a picture of it.
Looking back too, I wished I would have appreciated more too that a smaller space also equals less time to clean up and less clutter you get to haul in. I focused too much on what I didn’t have instead of appreciating what I did have. It was a simpler life then and with that comes less stress because you simply don’t have the room to maintain it all.
I think that brings a certain peace of mind too though sometimes we don’t always think so.
Look at these ideas I have rounded up that may work work when you are short on homeschool space.
Look at these other posts to hook you on homeschool organization!
Hugs and love ya,
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