10 DIY Homework Spaces Made of Repurposed Objects

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Homework Cart
A kitchen island cart is a little bit portable while still providing a desktop space for kids to work. Drawers and cabinets offer ample storage space for all the tools ... more 
Photo by: BHG
Homework Cart
A kitchen island cart is a little bit portable while still providing a desktop space for kids to work. Drawers and cabinets offer ample storage space for all the tools they need.
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Tue, Oct 9, 2012 5:55 PM EDT
My daughter has just reached the age where she is starting to bring home a significant amount of homework. Instead of ocassionaly studying for a spelling test or preparing an oral report, it now seems that she is constantly doing homework. She does homework at her desk (when she's not distracted by napping in bed), on the couch (when she's not distracted by the television), and in the kitchen, when she's not distracted by snacks. Obviously, we need a more suitable place for homework. So I turned to the internet looking for a quick and simple way to create a place for my daughter to complete her assignments. Turns out, it's even easier than I thought -- there are a ton of ways to do so with things I already have lying around the house. Check out 10 DIY homework spaces made out of repurposed objects. - By Heather Sokol



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