The kids are back to school – but right now, school may be a reclaimed closet, a corner of the living room, a piece of kitchen counter or a spot smack dab in the middle of your workspace.
Assuming none of these are ideal, consider these ideas from Grace Dickerson, writing for the Philadelphia Inquirer. With insight from Todd Levy, an occupational therapist at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, Dickerson suggests ideas that can help create a school work set up that gives your child the best possible learning experience. A dedicated space, a right-sized desk and chair, a place to organize school supplies, good lighting, a designated quiet zone, and ways to hide clutter and other distractions are all on the list. Ready for a home with space to spare for all your work- -at-home needs?
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