Hey- I will be officially starting homeschool with my 5.5 yr old and my 4 yr old this september and I was wondering- is it really really important to have a seperate classroom for them? To tell you the truth we just dont have an extra room, but I was thinking about setting up a littl nook in their bedroom or in the living room for them, would that be alright for them? Also what do you do to make your teaching area more (I really don't know how else to put it) educational or interesting for the kids? And what kind of materials should i get, like I know I should get maybe a bulletin board and table and chairs- but what else is needed or maybe fun to have? sorry for all the questions but the more info and ideas you can give me the better! thanks!Answer Question
Asked by lovelyli217 at 12:10 PM on Jul. 21, 2009 inLevel 12 (759 Credits)
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Answer by michiganmom116 at 1:24 PM on Jul. 21, 2009
give it a rest, Purple, you don't know what you're talking about.
OP, if you go to Lakeshore Learning's website you can find themed borders, calendars, classroom posters for all subjects and lots of other great materials.
If you're interested I have a group here on CM for Secular Homeschoolers, but religious homeschoolers are also welcome to join - if only temporarily - to check out the list of links we've complied, over 100 online homeschooling resources. anyone who's interested can apply to the group here.
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