literature based curriculum. However,
with all the new books that come into my home (and all of the old ones I am
holding onto for life), I need a good organization system.
We have some beautiful built in shelves in our dining room, unfortunately they
are not large enough for all of our books.
books were now in need of a home, and I decided to incorporate them into the
built in shelves in the dining room.
organized. It was too easy for the kids
to grab books off the shelves and then they would disappear and when I needed a
specific school book, I couldn’t find it.
shelves to read, but it was not staying organized, and that was an issue.
WalMart – in college – out of my bedroom and moved it downstairs to shelve the
current books we are using for school.
home management binder. Then the next
shelf down holds Emma’s current curriculum, and below that Jack’s current curriculum. The bottom shelf holds the P 3/4 and P 4/5
books that we keep out to read whenever the kids want a quick story. They both like to pull those books out to
read to Lucy, and they are perfect for rest time or stories at night.
for the kids, but not right out in the open so they will grab a bunch of books
doll house upstairs, and turn this room into more of an office/school room for
the kids. I’m not sure about you, but if
there are toys around when the kids are “doing school” they tend to need a lot
our new school year. Now to start
planning how to arrange all the furniture, my favorite thing to do!
school books? Are you thinking about
next year yet? Do you have a dedicated