I have yet to master small home homeschool organization but I get better at it every year.
Space is sacred in my house and since we have decluttered (read: boxes upon boxes of books, clothes, and toys) to place our home on the market, I have become VERY picky about what gets put in the bookcase. That is when I had this lightbulb moment.
It make perfect sense, really. I don’t buy a bunch of books just to have a bunch of books. My goal is to fill their brains and not my bookcases.
Yes, I want to have books in the bookcases because I feel it intrigues the children and increases their desire to learn if they can browse books, but I don’t remember the last time my kids were like, “Oh, “How to Write Creatively” looks like a good afternoon read!” Know what I mean?
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What about you? Are you inclined to be a hard-back book lover or does digital curriculum save you space and sanity?
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