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AP Mom to 5
We just "school" on the living room couch or at the kitchen table. There's no school space to photograph. You'd just see a picture of a living room couch and a kitchen table. We have a set of bookshelves in the living room and the bottom shelf is where the homeschooling books end up being filed. Again, it's just a regular bookshelf. You don't need to designate a portion of your living space as homeschooling space any more than you need to devote a portion to reading or tying shoes. If you have the budget and the space and you want to separate schooling space out, by all means. But for me I prefer not to separate learning from living, either physically or conceptually.
homeschooling mama to DD 10 & DS 7
my space is half a room. i have pix at my blog under photos. someone posted here a while back some fabulous ideas for spaces as small as a closet. i wish i had a link to it. it was amazing how one closet was so versatile. it not only served as a desk, storage space, etc, but it looked really awesome!!! maybe try to do a search for it?? it was from a magazine or something, but the ideas were phenomenal.
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