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10 essentials for setting up the perfect study room for your kid- What we have in our home!

Updated: Mar 11

Ever since our baby was born, we made a conscious decision to homeschool our child. No, not the pandemic-induced online learning at home kind but full-on homeschooling, although for the time being we have enrolled him in a school. To keep the curiosity and to make the studying part a bit exciting, we have set up a home classroom. To help you get started, we have compiled a list of ten essentials for your home classroom.

  1. Desk or Table: A designated space for your child to work is essential for creating a productive learning environment. Whether it's a desk or a table, having a dedicated workspace will help your child focus and get into a learning mindset.

  2. Comfortable Chair: A comfortable chair is just as important as a workspace. Your child will be spending a lot of time sitting, so make sure the chair is comfortable and supportive.

  3. Good Lighting: Adequate lighting is essential for any workspace, including a homeschool classroom. Make sure the room is well-lit, and consider using natural light if possible.

  4. Computer or Tablet: A computer or tablet is an essential tool. It can be used for research, online learning, and creating documents.

  5. Printer: Having a printer at home can be very useful. You can print out worksheets, assignments, and study materials as needed.

  6. Whiteboard or Chalkboard: A whiteboard or chalkboard can be a great visual aid for teaching. You can use it to explain concepts, write out equations, or make lists.

  7. Supplies: Stock up on essential supplies like pencils, erasers, paper, notebooks, and folders. You should also consider getting art supplies, including markers, crayons, and colored pencils.

  8. Reference Materials: Having a variety of reference materials such as Encyclopedias, dictionaries, atlases, and other reference books on hand can be helpful, if not become a member in your local library.

  9. Storage: Make sure you have plenty of storage space for all your materials. Shelves, drawers, and containers can be used to keep everything organized.

  10. Curriculum: There are many options available, including pre-packaged curriculums and individual subject books. Choose a curriculum that suits your child's learning style and interests. We use our inhouse printables for our home classroom.

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