My kids also love to read in their tree house.
We also do lots of school in doctor and therapy offices. This year we will have 5 hours of doctor/therapy appointments every week in addition to 5 hours of dance classes each week.
Then there are field trips. We love to learn out in nature and at museums. We try to do a field trip every week.
We learn in our library when we are at home. Our library is the living room that has been re-purposed as a schoolroom/dining room. Our original dining room is now our sitting room.
Here are our baskets of travel games and small art kits that can travel easily. When we are leaving the house, I just grab a few things from here to add to our school books. The photo boxes in the corner are our "continent boxes" for geography. They are filled with things from all over the world that add so much to our explorations of the continents.
Our home is filled with bookcases. This one is one of the most important to my homeschool. I fill it each year with most of the books we will be using during this particular year. I pull most of the subjects from our other bookcases at the beginning of the year so I can easily see where we are lacking books that I still need to find. The desks are for when someone is struggling to concentrate at the table and needs to be able to work alone. Most of our seat work is done together at the table.
Here is our table and beyond is the piano and more of our bookcases. We also use the floor space for science projects, art projects and many, many puzzles.
We also use our stairwell for circle time. There is a calendar, time line, and many posters that we are currently learning. It is a nice spot for planning the day and using space in an otherwise empty hallway.
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