BACK TO SCHOOL: CREATE A COMMAND CENTER

Where is June | Create a Command Centercommand center

Today is all about creating a command center for your kids.  We do not have a large desk or an office, so we need a mobile command center.  I decided this year to house all the essential items for homework and projects in one container.  Previously I had them on a shelf in a hallway closet. A sturdy cloth bin with handles sat unused in our playroom and was perfect for the job.  I collected all the tools we need during the school year.  I scrounged up a few random containers that were already in my house.  Small tin buckets from the dollar bin, mason jars, and a paper ice cream bowl left over from Little Man’s birthday party.

Where is June | Create a Command Center

Our command center now houses pencils, sharpies, highlighters, crayons, markers, white boards, dry erase markers, scissors, hole punches, paint brushes, glue, construction paper [white and colored], and note cards.

Where is June | Create a Command Center

I am certain that our new command center will make homework a pleasurable and enjoyable experience for all.  [Come on.  A girl can hope!  Anything is possible with a new school year.  I am determined to remain positive.]

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2 Responses to “BACK TO SCHOOL: CREATE A COMMAND CENTER”

  1. Jean says:

    So glad that you are still housing “real” equipment. iPads are taking over but having more “project based” learning experiences will require these great basics.
    How about glitter???? I love glitter.

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