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Are you homeschooling (or reluctantly homeschooling) this coming year? More and more schools around the country are announcing plans for back-to-school (in-person, remote/distance learning, or a hybrid approach).
My cousin Tonya is already WAY on top of things. She has two young girls and another one on the way. She decided to opt for the remote learning approach/virtual academy. She created this amazing room so her daughters won’t miss out on the fun of kindergarten and preschool. Look at this beautiful space she created as a home classroom.
This space is inviting and welcoming and makes me want to sit and color. I wish I had somewhere in my house that I could do this. Maybe even in a corner or wall – that shiplap bulletin board paper is amazing! (And it’s a whiteboard too!) This would also make a cute backdrop for teachers that are going to be remote teaching from their homes.
For the bulletin calendar set (Rustic Bloom Calendar Bulletin Board Set) – Tonya laminated the smaller pieces that will be handled a lot. Adhesive hook and loop circles stick to the back of the pieces. This way the pieces should last a long time!
I love everything about this room! What is your favorite part of this beautiful space that Tonya created?
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Note – If something is vintage or discontinued I will find a similar item and note it in the caption.
Note – the Rustic Bloom Calendar Bullet Board Set is very popular and often goes out of stock. Here are a few other options that are similar and really cute on Amazon.
- Teacher Created Resources Eucalyptus Calendar Bulletin Board
- Teacher Created Resources Home Sweet Classroom Calendar Bulletin Board
- Teacher Created Resources Travel The Map Calendar Bulletin Board
How are you feeling about school? Are you embracing the idea of remote learning? Any tips to make it easier on everyone? Do you have a dedicated space for school? Let me know in the comments!