Our Homeschool Preschool Corner

Welcome to The Homeschool Village’s first ever Tour of Home{schools}!  We are so excited that you stopped in. We hope that you will find encouragement and ideas for all types of spaces, styles and personalities.

 

Today I’m sharing with you what our homeschool preschool corner looks like. My boys are only 3 and 1, so we don’t use any curriculum for our toddler and preschool activities yet. Instead, we do a lot of sensory play and hands-on learning activities. Space is limited in our home, so I have all our supplies organized in one corner.

Setting Up a Homeschool Preschool Corner

The organizational cube and fabric drawers I use are from Target. I keep our picture books in the top three cubes. It’s the perfect height for my little ones to take and put away books. The fabric drawers work well for organizing our materials and keeping everything looking neat. Here’s a look at what’s inside each drawer.

Homeschool Preschool Bins

1. This container holds our alphabet sound box, Bananagrams, and a matching game.

2. I keep all our current lesson materials in here. It makes it easy for me to organize and access materials while we are doing lessons.

3. We do art projects almost every day, so this container help us keep everything organized and all together.

Homeschool Preschool Bin

4. I keep tools for sensory bins here. There are funnels, cups, tongs, tweezers and more.

5. This container holds our homemade playdough and accessories.

6. In this bin are counting bears, magnetic pom poms, pony beads, and magnetic letters and numbers.

The two biggest advantages to setting my preschool corner up like this is that it’s easy to keep everything organized and my kids know where everything is. They are able to get materials out by themselves and know where to put them back.

I also have a small desk for my oldest child. It sits next to my desk and it’s the perfect size for my 3 year old! I wish I could share where this is from, but I found it at Goodwill for only $10!

Homeschool Preschool DeskHope you enjoyed peeking into our homeschool space. This setup works well for us, especially since we have limited space. What are your thoughts on setting up a preschool space?  I’d love to hear from you!

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This post was written for The Homeschool Village by:
Angela is the creator and writer at TeachingMama.org. On her blog, she loves to share hands-on learning activities for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers.

Comments

  1. Thanks for the great, organized tips! I have a similar shelf — but unfortunately, things are a bit mixed up with my son’s toys. Pinning this! -Amy

  2. LOVE the tiny desk. Where did you find yours? I’m copying your idea with this organization for my daughter and I’m excited to get it done. 🙂

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