FREE Printable Mini-Office

July 5, 2017

Carrie Fernandez


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What kid wouldn’t love to have this mini-office! It acts as a divider which is helpful if more than one child is sitting together at the table, but more importantly it serves as a self-help reference chart. It only requires a few supplies that you more than likely have in your home already.

When my children were younger, I went all out and made mini-offices for my children. I purchased big, sturdy tri-fold poster boards from the craft store and had plenty of room to customize the boards for each student. My kids thought this was especially fun, and there was enough room to hang a star chart and daily schedule on it.

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