February 14, 2006

Building a Mini-Office for Your Student

One of the homeschool e-lists I'm a part of has tipped me off to this wonderful idea: Set up a "Mini-Office" for your homeschoolers! If you are like me, you might not know what a mini-office is. Here's a great link that was shared with our e-list ladies today, which I thought was so interesting, I HAD to share it with you!

This is a great idea for homeschoolers who are space-challenged like us (in a little apartment). You can fold these up and slip them into a closet or some other hidden spot until the next use.

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Dianne G. said...

I also saw a similar idea in Good Things for Kids by Martha Stewart. It's a little bigger than the file folder idea, but it has pockets and places to hold things, which is kind of cool. If you'd like a copy of the project, I can email it to you.

I've been an avid reader of your blog for some time after discovering it on the KONOS eloop. You post some terrific stuff here! Keep up the good work. Blessings, Dianne :-)

Sprittibee said...

Thanks Dianne. I'd love the link/copy of the project. Very interesting stuff. I can't wait until we can fit it in somewhere. :) We did our "Rocks Across America" project today and had a PJ day (stayed in our nightgowns). I appreciate your kind comments. Thanks for letting me know you're visiting. Blessings to you as well!



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