I have been using workboxes for about seven years. The way I have used them has morphed from the original suggestions by Sue Patrick to my own version that works for my family. Ideas for making Charlotte Mason Workboxes and A movie to show you how we use clear sleeved envelopes as our work box system. I am a big supporter of homeschool workboxes and have been for a long time. However, within the last few months, I noticed I was spending a lot of time deciding what to put in 9 to 12 boxes each day.
Workboxes seem like a wonderful way to stay organized in your homeschool. But what do you do when you can’t keep up with them and they don’t work for you?. Gabi from Restful Living is here to share 3 of the ways to tailor the workbox system to work best for your family’s homeschool organization needs!. Workboxes have been a great addition to our homeschool. This is a detailed description with examples of how we use them.
Since we started using a simple workbox crate system in our homeschool, our days are so much better! Part of why guest posts are so cool is that you’ll get to see some of the other awesome ways to organize and run your homeschool. Workboxes have always intrigued me, but I never did get them worked out in my own home. It’s taken me a while to perfect our workbox system (although I’m sure I’ll keep making changes as we go!), so I’m really excited to show you what we’ve got going on! I’ve written before about our workbox system, but here I’ll go into it one more time, in even greater detail, because after several months of working the system I think I’ve finally ironed out some of the kinks!.
Why I Loved Workboxes And Why They Didn’t Work For Me!
I would love it if you grabbed the Workbox Blogroll share button in the footer. We’ve begun using workboxes in our daily lessons. Here’s a look at our homeschool workbox organization!