A dedicated study space is a great way to create a homework environment for your children. It can take a few hours or days to set up depending on the size and scope of the room you want, but it’s never too late to create one.
Here’s what you need:
1. Desk/Table — desks make sure your computer is at eye level and preferably out of arm’s reach. Tables don’t usually provide as much space as desks since they’re not always horizontal, but for those with smaller rooms, that might be the only option available.
2. Shelves — while you don’t need full-on bookshelves, some space for important books, papers, or other supplies will help organize your room.
3. Lighting — natural light is best whenever possible, but you’ll want the options available to use artificial lights when it’s dark outside.
4. Photos/artwork — decorating helps bring personality into the room. You can even use old photos or artwork from your travels to make it feel more like home.
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