Picture 1: This is looking in from the door, the table in the back is Buddy's work space. I am planning on hanging the board on the wall and changing the look as we change themes.
Picture 2 is showing one side of the cubbies, this side is used for my supplies and reference books for the kids.
Picture 3 is showing the shelving unit behind the doors. I use this to store books that correspond with the different grade levels. These are items I use, just not everyday. I also store Tay's art bucket on this shelf. This way she has easy access to it and will be able to grab what she needs. In the pull out buckets from Ikea, which I love, I store math manipulative, pattern blocks, and such. I love having this all in one place.
Picture 4 is showing the other side of the cubby system. This side stores all the kids reading books. On the bottom in the blue bins are Buddy's books. He can pull a bucket out and explore. In the cabinets I am storing things I don't want the kids to get to. Mostly paper, scissors, and office type supplies. I figure out of site, out of mind. We will see.
Picture 5 is another shot of my shelving unit.
Picture 6 is showing Buddy's work space. He will be able to still be apart of the school day, but not be so disruptive to the girls during the lesson. He has his own space, with his own learning tools. I think this will be a big help for us!
I still am planning on adding to the walls. I have much more to hang, but for the most part we are done.
Since we are doing Astronomy for science most of the wall decorations on the cubby wall is space. I plan on changing all this out as we move through the curriculum. Thank you for taking the time to check out our new room. I am so very happy to finally be finished. Now we need to get to learning!