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Our 2011 Homeschool Space

Happy Monday to you all....the children and I have Vacation Bible School all week..I am teaching, they are all we are busy busy busy...also trying to wrap my head around our Florida trip at the end of the week and we are hosting a Backyard Campout on Friday blogging will be quick this week....side note: so bummed my Nikon camera broke and was sent back....the digital just isn't the same 8(  

In keeping up with the "Not" Back to School Spirit...I am joining others at the Not Back to School Blog Hop over at Heart of the is what I have done so far with our school room...

hubby made me this LONG shelf last year...LOVE IT

Our new morning board....calendar, weather and days in school...laminated it so we 
can use our white board markers...

Jolanthe over at Homeschool Creations has awesome Bulletin board ideas...I borrowed some...

My 'desk" rolling cart...tucks in the corner when we are not in school..

Organization is the key in our school...

Our dining table doubles as our school table.

Playroom/imagination area

Kids have easy access to lapbooks, flashcards and more..

Our Art gallery wall. I have removed a few frames to make room for new 
works of art! 

Not Back to School Blog Hop


Jamie said…
I love the bag you have(brown one)so cute for schooling.I like the calendar that you made as well,she has lots of great printables.

How did u make your header,i need to redo mine,thanks mama m~

musicalmary said…
Melissa, your home is for your children, and I just love that about this post! You have so many wonderful resources for your kids that aren't compartmentalized into just a "school" space. Learning occurs everywhere. One day, I am coming to NY and going to your school (and that's a PROMISE - when I visit my sis in Rochester I'm coming over!)
Tracy said…
Beautiful homeschool spaces Melissa! You look like you have as much books and resources as I do! I love the organization and bright rooms! Have a great year and a fun week!
Miller Moments said…
Love your huge bookshelf. What a great storage space!
Mary said…
I love your cubbies. Are you enjoying the Desktop Apprentice? I LOVE mine!
Lindsay said…
Your room looks great! I hope to get mine deep cleaned and organized this week so I can post about it! You have an insane week! Have fun in FL!
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Christina said…
I love all your shelves! Great use of space.
Thanks for sharing.
April said…
This is the second post I've seen about a desktop apprentice. Must. get. one. You are so organized! Also, I think your dining room is very pretty and love the painting on the wall!
Wonderful room and great organization.
The Adventurer said…
Love your schooling area :) You are very organized.:)
Dawn said…
WOW! We don't have an actual school room but yours is really neat! Blessings from the hop!
Lisa M. said…
Your home is so wonderfully kid friendly! My Little britches would ADORE coming over to visit in that playroom! I'm jealous of all your laminating! I need to get me a good laminator...did you take the larger things somewhere to get them done?

I have a bag like your school bag...but as of now don't need to use it for school stuff...

Visiting and following...thanks for visiting me!
Love your room and all the different containers you have used to organize!
Is that a thiry-one bag? I have one suspiciously like it and love, love, love it! Have fun at Disney!
Lisa said…
You have a very nice space for school with great shelves! How nice of your hubby to make you such a great shelf.
Sparklee said…
What a cheerful, fun place to learn! I like your morning board. We're going to do something similar this year, using our pocket chart.

I like your blue walls!

Have a great year of homeschooling!
fixedonHIM said…
Your wall color is so warm & relaxing- what a great learning environment!
Jolanthe said…
I {heart} your dining room table!! I have a 31 bag for my teacher bag too ~ love those things!! :)

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