A helpful at-home learning space idea is to use different areas in your home for different subjects. In a traditional in-person school setting, students relocate to other rooms for subjects like music and art. Why not try this in their at-home learning environment to encourage creativity and break up the day.
For example, move art lessons to a different desk to allow for more creativity and space for art supplies. Or, have a music session in a different room to help break up last hour’s math class. Whatever you do, it’s great to mix it up to help your child adapt to different learning environments.
As another example, if the weather is nice, science or other lessons could be taken outside, or perhaps a visit to a virtual museum based on today’s history lesson could create some added learning enrichment. It can be good to move things around!