Home schooling ideas

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The new normal, a world where staying indoors is preferred over having a stroll across the park, where staying put is the best thing to do. But this cannot go on forever, and things have to evolve to the new normal. After a few long and hard months, things seem to be falling back in place, and everyone is up and about their works with a lot of caution involved. But this is not a suitable solution for kids and keeping them safe is our priority. In light of that, homeschooling has become more of a necessity than an option. Given the situation, it only seems fitting to do the most logical. 

Though homeschooling is hanging around for a long time, people are still unsure how to go about it. Here is how you set up a homeschooling atmosphere at home, so your kids will have a healthy learning area until they are free to be in their classrooms again.

 

Furniture 

Be it a classroom or at home, you cannot concentrate if you are not comfortable. So having a proper desk and chairs is the primary demand for a homeschooling atmosphere. There are many ways to find the best table and chair for your kids during their study hours. The best thing to do is find something that they are interested in. having a place where to want to sit will make them stay there longer and help them be happy for being there. You can also use the dining table as it’s most probably set at the centre of the house so you can watch over them and help them if needed. Besides, it gives them a sense of cleanliness, and you have to use the table for dinner or lunch later on. 

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Stationary

The next important thing for homeschooling is stationary. It is a must to have everything you need around as you sit for studying. This way, your kids do not get distracted while they are in the middle of something important. Os have all the necessary stationery and books organized near the study table is the key. To do that, you can have bins that hold different things or have a cabinet with multiple drawers besides their study desk. 

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Technology 

In the era we live in, nothing can move about without some technology involved in it. This goes for schooling as wee, especially with what is happening right now. The need for a computer and other smart devices have become more than a necessity. To aid all this, you must have ample power outlets nears they study are and have them at a safe distance from the ground. This way, the kids have the power they need, and you do not have to worry about them playing near these sockets whatsoever. 

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Space to move about 

This is when you have the luxury to dedicate a room that is dedicated to homeschooling. Having that room space while having everything in reach is the goal. This will give the kids a sense of being in their classroom and also let them stretch their bodies from time to time. 

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A wall for exploration  

Making sure the kids learn more of what is in their book is a huge part of homeschooling. The best way to do this is by having a wall for them to explore. Be it a wall that acts as a blackboard. A wall for them to draw and paint whatever they want to, or a wall for them to create as they learn new things every day. It is a key element when you design a homeschooling atmosphere. 

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Colour

Introducing bright colours that are cheerful by nature can help kids concentrate more on their studies and enjoy what they are doing. As we all know, colour plays a major role in a person’s mood and having a gloomy mindset while learning is not a good thing. So choose a colour that excites your kids or a colour that helps them concentrate and increase their creativity. 

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Homeschooling is new to you as well as your kids. So do not take it upon yourself if things do not work out the way you intended it to. There is always a learning curve for anything. All we can do is set up the best possible atmosphere and guide them through it as we learn new things every day.  

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