(This is part 4 of the series. For part 1, click here)
- This is “my” side of the room, per se. The obvious and main components are my bed and desk. This is where many, many hours of planning and school prep have been lived. A little more about it:
- Under my bed is a lot of storage, including boxes of flashcards and books we aren’t currently using. The gap between the head of our bed and wall holds blankets, pillows, and physical exercise materials (crawling tunnel, tumbling mats, mini punching bag). The foot of my bed has some sideways milk crates with books I’m using for lesson planning, with the top one being unit folders for the next two years (but don’t even think those folders are even close to being filled out, though). Over the bed is where the brachiation ladder usually goes.
“He hath shewed thee, O man, what is good…”
Hunter is 4 years, 5 months old