{Making a Home} | Temporary Schoolroom: Finished!

by Nissa on 16 June, 2014

in Family Centered Home,Family Centered Learning,Family Centered Living,Homeschooling,Renaissance Mama,Restorations,{Making a Home}

C’mon in and have a look around.

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

Our cultural studies basket, set up with the India resources.

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

St. Anthony, a gift from my mom, watching over the children.

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

Papa’s liturgical books get a special roost.

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

The nature table. Not filled up yet. We’re making a new chalkboard, too. This one was not meant for heavy use.

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

{Making a Home} | Schoolroom

When the mantel comes back into the room, we will use it for our liturgical year displays.  We still need some artwork on the walls, and to change out the beautiful overhead light fixture for something that allows more light.  But it’s pretty wonderful.  Thanks be to God!

ETA::  Most everything you see here was thrifted or gifted.  Anything we bought new, was bought at at a discount place.  Everything was painted to match, so what looks like a large matched set, wasn’t.  Many of our Montessori materials are handmade, except for the pink and blue rods and the set of bells in the green cartons – those were purchased, used, from a fellow homeschooler.  You CAN do this in your own home, if you can spare the space.  I promise.

**Our favourite little saint peggies were made for us by Catholic Folk Toys

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