Our homeschool spaces are as varied as the families who use them.
Some are tidy and impeccably decorated, some are super functional but small. There are dining room table homeschoolers, RV homeschoolers, outdoor homeschoolers, school room homeschoolers, and everything in between!
In the twelve years we’ve homeschooled, we’ve gone from having a dedicated school room to gathering at the dining room table to everyone spread throughout the house. Every season seems to bring its own needs and challenges.
That flexibility and moxie is part of what makes homeschooling amazing – being able to customize the learning and the physical space to our kids’ needs.
Homeschooling is the ultimate DIY labor of love.
But the space really isn’t as important as the love of learning we share with our kids. It’s the relationships that are formed over the years as we spend the best hours of our days with them.
And the best thing about your space is the way you make it work for your family. Because your kids and your homeschool space are unique.
And we want to see your amazing homeschool space!
If you’re an HGTV binge-watcher, then you will love this mini homeschool version. Don’t you want to see inspirational families and how they make their spaces work? I know I do!
You can decorate with Pottery Barn or thrift store finds.
You can have a huge homeschool room or a corner of the dining room table.
You can have one child or many.
It really doesn’t matter! We want to see your amazing homeschool spaces.
Introducing the Amazing Homeschool Spaces Contest from 4onemore.com
- You will share photos and answer a few questions about your homeschool
- We’ll choose 3-5 winners to feature on the first Amazing Homeschool Spaces video
- The homeschool community will vote for a winner
- The winner will receive a $50 Amazon gift card
It’s gonna be fun! See you on the inside.
Abby is a former public school teacher, now homeschooling her five children. She’s in the trenches just like you and knows it can be challenging to be home with your kids all day while you struggle to keep up with the housework and educate your kids (and maybe even work on the side!). She blogs over at www.4onemore.com and hosts the Homeschool with Moxie podcast.