A few years ago, I shared my homeschool space (or lack thereof) in our tiny, 960 square-foot house. We lived in that house for 5 years! I haven’t shared with my blog friends yet, but one year ago we found our dream home! There is plenty of room for everyone, and almost 9 acres to roam!
So, our homeschool space is now greatly improved, and I can’t wait to show it to you!
We still don’t have an official school “room.” But remember when I said I wanted a library? Well, we DO have that!
The dining room is where most “school” takes place: writing, math, geography, breakfast devotions, and lunch reading happen here. Other reading time happens in the living room, with kids spread out on couches and the floor doing their various activities.
It held some nostalgic charm for me, since that was the era in which I grew up and homeschooled. But it wasn’t vintage or charming enough; we updated it. That wallpaper was stubborn. (We finally gave up and textured over it and then added a fresh, creamy coat of paint!)
The freshly finished room: new creamy wall paint and light-colored laminate flooring.