Transitioning your kids to home-based learning may require a complete overhaul of their study area. What used to be just a simple desk and chair combo is now upgraded to a mini-classroom setting. Check out how these moms redesigned their spaces to make distance learning and home schooling more conducive for learning while staying in style. For sure, you’ll bag a tip or two from these moms!
Keep Things Organized
Help your kid focus on learning by decluttering the study room and upgrading to functional and space-saving pieces.
Your child will spend many hours inside his study nook so its important to design a space that’s appealing and comfortable to the eyes. If you have the option of repainting the walls, choose a restful, peaceful color such as pale green, light blue, or muted lavender. You might find it useful to paint part of one wall with chalkboard paint or install a large bulletin board to keep things organized.
Choose a chair that you don’t mind sitting on for a long period of time. If your child finds it uncomfortable, it will take double your effort to convince him to sit still and pay attention to his classes.
Make Room for Creativity
It’s important for the kids to have a space to explore and be creative. It’s a space where they can dance, sing, make art, and just be themselves. This makes learning more fun and exciting!