This is our main homeschooling area for my kids in 7th, 5th, and 1st grade. When we first moved to this house over three years ago, this room was my youngest child’s main play area. Toys were everywhere as my boys did their schoolwork. While it is still used for play, the amount of toys in the room has greatly decreased. Each child has a table work area and the couch is often used as a place for reading and discussing together.
On the wall I have Proverbs 3:5-6 in English, Greek, Arabic, Japanese, Mandarin, and French. At the top there is the Greek alphabet. Above the white table there is a timeline chart. My son has some of his artwork posted around his table too.
On the other side of the narrow room is a mini-trampoline, an old armoire to hold books, a whiteboard to write daily plans or anything else necessary, a toy box, a chalkboard for drawing, and tall table to hold books. The bins at the top of the table hold the school books we use often. The bottom shelf of the table holds our library books, a keyboard, and puzzles. Under the table I have some math manipulatives.
Here is another view, but it also shows my daughter’s corner where she does lots of creating. She does handwriting there as well.
Here is the computer area. My boys usually run on the treadmill after school.