Sunday, August 7, 2011

Not Back to School Blog Hop- Schoolroom

I know I unveiled our schoolroom just a few weeks ago, but I thought I'd re-post as part of the Not Back to School Blog Hop.

I love that our schoolroom is right in the middle of our house.  It's next to the kitchen and the living room.  Most of the members of our family can usually be found in one of these three rooms.  The lower cabinets hold curriculum not currently in use. 


These shelves hold our current year Sonlight books and Instructor Guides. 


More homeschool books.  I have the books organized by category in these brown shelves and the yellow cabinet has our Sonlight books from previous cores.


The cubbies house the kids individual subjects like Math, Wordly Wise, and Greek.  Each kid has one or two cubbies and a couple are shared.


7 comments:

  1. I love this blog hop! I learned so much my first year. I love that your room is in a central location :)

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  2. Love all of the storage! We are first time homeschoolers and using Sonlight. I can't wait!

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  4. Hopping over from NBTS Blog Hop. Very nice looking school room! We are starting Wordly Wise for the first time this year. Any pointers?

    Happy Homeschooling!

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  5. What a beautiful family... and home! Have a great year!

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