Create A Kitchen Study Hall in 4 Easy Steps.
Many a mom, including me, likes her kids to do their homework in this room so she can answer kiddie questions while they work.
That way, the kids aren't continually jumping up and down (and
prolonging the whole homework process) for erasers, compasses,
protractors, dictionaries or calculators.
where you'll stock notebook paper, construction paper, folders,
pencils, pens, rulers, calculators, markers, crayons, and whatever else
your kids use.
(But leave the door(s) open if possible.) Younger kids, thankfully, will still welcome your presence nearby.
These include term papers and note cards.
For more tips on check out classroom teacher resources.
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Tara Aronson is a native Californian. Having grown up in San Diego, she studied journalism and Spanish to pursue a career in newspaper writing. Tara, whose three children - Chris, Lyndsay, and Payne - are the light of her life, now lives and writes in Los Angeles. She also regularly appears on television news programs throughout the U.S.