Pretty much everything is done! We have gotten our books, school supplies, and our room is ready.
The couch, tv, book shelf area is where we'll sit in the mornings to have devotions and story time. Directly behind the couch is my desk.
Behind the piano is the file cabinet and apron hooks- the file cabinet area will be a perfect place to do anything that involves magnets.
That little alcove to the right is where we keep the treadmill and a large shelving unit for books and supplies that are not in use.
I got this map at an antique store for $4!! So what if it only shows part of the United States?! At least it shows the part where we live. (and it is dry-erasable)
We've got the solar system up there to the right of the map and the art supplies are in the black cabinet to the left of the map.
I have the kids' desks set up in front of the windows as well as over by the art cabinet- but the beauty of this room is that we can move the desks and chairs around to suit our moods. If someone needs no distractions- they can move their desks into one of the window alcoves. If we are working together on a large project, we can move the desks/tables all together.
The armoire holds more art supplies.
The tall white shelves hold all games, and the cubbies hold all school books and papers. The headphones that hook up to the piano have been priceless. Anyone can practice anytime when the headphones are used.
The chalkboard is in the back- close to my desk.
Robot man is so ready for school to start.
We tried to use this room as a school room when we first started homeschooling 5 years ago when our eldest was going into kindergarten- but I have to say, it has never worked out when we had some in school and some babies or toddlers. This year, I am hopeful that things will work well up here since everyone will be in school and busy working.
Do you have a school room? Or a playroom? Where do you store school supplies and/or games and books?