We are wrapping up our first year of homeschooling.
Or are we? It seems like we never started. In some ways, it’s just a continuation of the dialogue that started at birth. Me teaching, her devouring knowledge. Our little sponges soak up everything from the Itsy Bitsy Spider to phonetic sounds. And they love it.
While my personal workspace and desk are pretty wild, somehow, we have found a system of organization that truly works for our school room.
Yet we don’t have a school room at all.
Tucked away into a corner of our dining room, I have a shelving unit. A very organized Target shelving unit.
This is where school happens at the Daigle house. And somehow, it works. Even the math manipulatives are organized. And let me tell you, we have a crazy amount of math manipulatives! We have no choice but to keep it organized because we have to eat our meals here!
I am thrilled to say that I am now a contributing writer at Christian Homeschool Moms, a really neat community where you can learn about so many different types of homeschooling. We are real moms sharing about real homeschooling. In fact, the Christian Homeschool Moms podcasts are among several podcasts that I listen to during my runs to keep my mind engaged while I try to build mileage. You will love them.
Today, my first post at Christian Homeschool Moms is all about keeping an organized homeschool when you don’t have a school room. Yes, my friends, it can be done!