Our official school doesn’t start in Oregon until after Labor Day – but to play along, I’ll show you what are learning areas look like this evening. I moved one small box to it’s home, but other than that – this is what it looks like at the end of a weekend.
Kid on a computer, Mom on a laptop, Monopoly on its 3rd day, Nerf Gun, Paint ball mask, Katana, Swim Trunks, Sweatshirts, 3 air soft pistols, swim noodle, wetsuits, life jackets, water bottles, and Life Jackets.
Most of our ‘seat work’ is done here in the dining room. The Red Room is more to store our resources – and I use it for my planning desk.
Right now, I have a bunch of books to learn about Ocean Education for our Tigersharks 4H Surf Club – Lots to learn and plan!
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I love the way your learning area is so “visited” and has an “over the years feel”. I mean that in the most admired way because as a military spouse, I have had 11 different homeschool areas in about 13 years of homeschooling….you never get to feel the experience and the history of the room. Even though my homeschool is old , wise, and experienced…it still feels new. There are pluses and minuses to that I guess. I really enjoyed the pictures of your homeschool room Angie!
Oooo. I love ‘centers’ for learning!
Your dining table looks a lot like mine, not just after a weekend but all the time! At the moment we have a butterfly net, water bottles from yesterday’s walk, library books, two dinosaur diaramas, and a stack of mail that I’ve been ignoring for a week! 🙂
Sounds like your family has lots of fun together! I love how your puppy dog is smiling and posing for the photo!
4H surf club sounds awesome! Don’t think we could do that around here! 😉 Have a great year learning together!
Haha! That is a familiar scene, but I wasn’t as brave as you. Perhaps a photo after we are at work for a week, is in order. There are times we can’t tell that we have a table.