Welcome to my 2018-2019 homeschool classroom tour! Below, I will share pictures of our classroom and links to the products (or similar products) that I used to achieve each item just in case you’d like to copy anything for your homeschool, public school, or private school classroom.
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Homeschool Classroom Tour
Above is our bulletin board! This bulletin board has a white scalloped border with a teal scalloped border on top to imitate ocean or water waves. The background is this gray cloud fabric. The lettering was achieved using these die cut letters. And the rainbow I made following this technique.
Above is an old bookcase that I painted green with a bunch of miscellaneous stuff for our classroom including some My Father’s World 2nd grade books, some Melissa & Doug magnetic numbers, Bob books, and a Melissa & Doug sandwich play set.
Above are a couple posters from We Choose Virtues and our hundreds charts (we homeschool year round so this chart just keeps going and going and starting over and going again lol; this year, I added a zero at the start so it coincides with our Math-U-See curriculum).
Above is our Book Basket. I got it off of Amazon. It store all of our library books.
Above is our calendar. It is a magnetic dry erase board. The numbers are taken from this set and the ladybug magnet is just one I had laying around the house. I’ll write vacations on the calendar with a dry erase marker.
Above are the My Father’s World alphabet flashcards from Kidergarten and the timeline from MFW First Grade (we are doing Adventures in U.S. History this year, so this timeline will be expanded).
Above is the Art Cart. It’s a Raskog cart with all of our art supplies (I’ll write a separate post on what we keep in it soon).
Above is our Compassion Kid wall. There is a picture of our Compassion Kid and a clipboard with the latest letter we received from him.
Above is our dry erase board wall. We have an American flag (it consists of this flag, pole, and base), our dry erase board of course (I don’t remember where we bought it, but here’s a similar one), a bookcase with lots of books to read and some activities in the drawers. We have a couple magnetic hooks on the dry erase board with buckets (buckets are from Hobby Lobby)–one with straws that we’re using to count by tens for my younger daughter and another with beans that we use to count units and tens (a blend from a past year of MFW and this year’s current Math-U-See). The treasure chest is to fill with the gems (I bough the gems at Walmart and hot glued round magnets to the backs) when they do good work and, once full of gems, we have classroom party that usually involved ice cream.
Above is the good work wall. When my kiddos do an extra good job on something or some artwork they worked hard on, it gets displayed here on the clipboards.
Here’s my desk! It’s simple but I love it. I bought it from Amazon then painted the legs teal. On top, I have this file organizer, a stapler, an electric pencil sharpener, a tape dispenser, and this desk organizer. The lava lamp I had since before my oldest son was born so I have no idea where it came from, but here’s a similar one.
And there you have it! That’s our homeschool classroom for the 2018-2019 school year. Please let me know if you have any questions below and I’ll get back to you as soon as I can.