Organizing Study Areas | Infographic Summary
1. De-Cluttering & Re-Arranging
Start by taking a hard look at what you have (and don’t actually need) in the study environment, enacting a layout that prioritizes the following areas.
2. Organize Materials
After you’ve removed the unnecessary items and put a new layout to work, you’ll want to implement a filing and organization system for tasks.
3. Classroom Mimicry
It’s vital to mimic the classroom environment at home because it is where your child spends most of their time establishing learning behaviors.
4. Routine & Upkeep
Keep the progress and functionality of a clean learning environment by following a schedule similar to other chores or assignments.