Tuesday, August 11, 2020

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Last school year Grandmas school was sprung on us all of a sudden.  This year at least I have a few weeks to prepare. One week was getting my mind in gear so I have one week left.

I've been thinking if they are in a more formal like school setting they might like that better. I'm wanting to have a sort of desk for them and some great decorations.

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Since my hope is this that this is temporary and will not be necessary in January, I want to spend as little as I can.  They love regular school and I hope they are back by then (if not then I love helping them till next school year). So far, I have bought educational posters, bartered for a chalkboard with garden produce with a friend, bought contact paper at the dollar store to redo the top of a folding table, and bought other school supplies that were on sale.  My hope is that I can make this space look a little more nice before school starts Monday.  

Man I needed to make this space look nice!  

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11 comments:

  1. You are a good Grandma, and I know you will do a great job with your school. I hope it will be a good year.

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  2. I used to set up a classroom when I homeschooled. But over time we used it less & less so I let it go & just organized a spot to keep our supplies. I think you're right though, that it will help your grandkids since they are used to a classroom.

    I hope school goes well for you this fall.

    We're all good here. A little rain today so it's cooler. And I found/was given some fun things this past weekend.
    A friend gave ma collapsible pool for my grandson. I think I'll wait until next summer to put it up though. I don't know that I want to bother with it for just a few short weeks.

    I also found a cool set of alphabet books for less than $2. They are Dick & Jane style & my grandson loves them.

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    1. I'm so glad you got rain. It was all around us but we missed it. The cooler air though feels so much better.
      Great find on the books!

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  3. We are doing well here. I would be so excited if I were you to start Grandma school. I hope you all have the best semester! Or year if it turns out that way.

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    1. Thanks Belinda I was always so excited to start a new school year, I hope they will be too.

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  4. Ooh, thank you for sharing your plans for the contact paper. I have a small table with a little spot of water damage and contact paper might cover it perfectly. :)

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  5. Grandma school sounds like fun. :-) Have a blessed week!

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  6. I homeschooled the youngest 2 and a friend and preschooled the grandson. I found that have a bankers box to put their "school" work in helped them shift from school to home and back to school. I tried to keep them to the time frame their teachers did so if they went back (none did ) to school the "sit" time was normal and not an issue. I had music split the morning work and arts and crafts split the afternoon. The biggest problem was not letting them up to go potty when ever.. I had to repeatedly remind them they couldn't just jump when in school. I definitely was thankful after year one of them choosing to continue to homeschool. We had a blast and the routine was all day learning not just books and work sheets.

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    1. Such good ideas! I think that's what I need to do, incorporate more music and games in the middle. Wish I knew the schedule but I'll find out soon.

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