This is what you see from the door. The 4th and 6th graders will be occupying the desks. As you can see in the left side of the picture, there is a toy area for my 2 year old. I have to keep an eye on him, keep him occupied, and out of trouble. Some days that is my biggest challenge!!
Better picture of the desks with one of our many possible visitors during the day, our kitty Roxy.
Looking left from the door, you see the ornery little boy we have to entertain while doing school in our supply closet.
My little Mini-Me will be doing most of her school here at the computer desk.
The supply closet contains my very small bulletin board, extra books in the storage tub, notebooks on the shelf, and all the breakable science equipment is up on the top shelf. Once again, you can see the little one getting into things.
The boys will be down stairs where we are planning to set up two new computers for them.
While we do start our days in the classroom, the kids often end up stretched across their beds, laying on the floor in the living room, sitting at the dining room table, or even sitting outside on the back porch.
Pretty simple and not very fancy, but it works for us. Where do you get most of your school work done? I'm linking up to the Not Back to School Blog Hop to get a peek at some other home school classrooms.