This is where we'll be having school:
Here's the bookshelf. Obviously I'm new at this, because all of my materials fit on one shelf! The top looks a little naked. I think it's begging for a plant and a piece of pottery or a fish bowl.
Here's our dining room table where a lot of the serious work will take place. The white board will come down and fold up at the end of each day. I'm still not sure where I'll put it, but I'll cross that bridge on September 6th :)
Here's the craft area where the girls like to play. I'm quite certain that if I got rid of all their toys, and had a well stocked craft shelf (paper, scissors, crayons, stickers, pom poms, etc), they'd be perfectly content. See the piano in the background? That's one of the big reasons I'm homeschooling. Our district cut music out of the elementary schools. Now Millie will have practice or instruction daily. :)
The best part of homeschool where we live is the variety of educational opportunities in our big "backyard"! This is what we see from our classroom in the sky:
We live within walking distance to the Minnesota Childrens Museum, the Minnesota History Museum, The Minnesota Science Museum, and Central Library (the most awesome library ever, pictured below).
There it is! That's where we'll be doing school. To see other school rooms, hop on over to Heart Of The Matter and check them out