It’s back to school time, which has me reflecting on how homework was done around the house back when my kids were young.
Designing a perfect environment for doing homework never seemed to work out the way I envisioned it, with the kids quietly working at the kitchen table while I stirred around getting dinner ready. And, at the same time supper almost fully prepared, everyone would be finishing up their assignments.
...At least that’s how I had it planned out in my mind ;-/
Unfortunately, homework time never quite worked out like that.
Most of the time we’d wind up driving all over town, carting them from activity to activity, and none of us would get home until late evening.
Chaos and disorganization: these were the results of my “perfect plan”.
Maybe things are different in your house?
Maybe you are able to score straight A's?
Well done homework assignments can best be achieved this way:
By creating a comfortable, functional environment where your kids can study and do their assignments. It makes getting it done much easier for everyone involved.
The items below are sure to make your central homework station more inviting, more organized, and much more conducive to getting your little munchkins to actually do some serious studying and problem solving.
Be sure to check out that cool buoy stool below. It moves, just like your kids!
Good luck, everyone, with the school year ahead. May it be organized, completely lacking of chaos, and -- above all else -- educational and fun!
Homework Station Shopping List Instructions:
Click the links below to be taken to where you can buy all you need for your kids' homework central ;-)
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