September is when I start a very basic preschool with my daughter Katie. By basic I mean basic. The goal is not to bog down my daughter with curriculum, but simply work on the Alphabet, Numbers, and have plenty of sensory play. Play is really the goal this year and my daughter will be given plenty of time to play.
What I did however, was start setting up for homeschool. I organized, purchased, and created what I felt would be the perfect setup for our fist year of homeschool. This may change over the years, but I believed this would be a good start.
My daughter has a walk in closet. This half is the homeschool part. I’m still working on it, but it’s pretty much done. I purchased a pack of ten small plastic containers from Wal-Mart to store supplies. The pack cost around ten dollars. The cubicles store crayons, paints, stickers, construction paper, and markers. The shelves on the wall store curriculum, more art supplies, and Katie’s laptop. The books on the floor I would love to find a small bookshelf for them.
I’m using a small toddler desk for Katie to color on, a ten drawer rolling storage cart for work, and we scored this free project table! Great for trains and legos.
This is the most important tool this year for Katie’s education. The outdoors and a swing set. Again, play is a number one priority this year!
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