Hours and hours of school, then at-home homework, are enough to drive a kid crazy! Children need to run and get energy out, and frankly, be kids! Gone are the days of physical education and recess every day. So, how are students to get their wiggles out? And now, we are enduring a global pandemic with kids at-home learning. With home study spaces being carved out in bedrooms and on kitchen tables, the distraction is too great.
So, what’s a parent to do? How can you help your child be a child and still get all their home study completed? At Georgia Home Remodeling, we have a few ideas for you. With these new designs and a dedicated place just for them, even the most stubborn student just might feel inspired and ready to work. Not to mention, you might even be able to use a few of these tips for your office space as well.
Each child in a family has their particular needs and wants, as you know. One child may need a white wall in front of them to focus, and the other will just grab crayons and color on the white wall. They are all so unique with their individual work styles and requirements. That is why researching your student is absolutely imperative to a positive and encouraging home study place.
Sure, it is hard to imagine your child wouldn’t want the desk space in the magazine. After all, it is perfect… in your opinion. Knowing your child’s work style is essential to a favorable home study space. So, when researching your child’s study habits, consider the following.
No one knows your children better than you. And each student works in their own unique way. So, why not take advantage of that ability while they are home to create a home study space that will speak specifically to their needs? When children know the area was designed with their wants and needs in mind, they are more likely to appreciate it.
A home study space for your students helps them feel important and helps parents see the changes needed to accommodate for the current times. Children need to be comforted and acknowledged in this day of uncertainty. Additionally, the dining room table may stay a bit cleaner if the students have a dedicated home study space.
When designing that perfect home study space, Georgia Home Remodeling can help you carve out the ideal location and build it out to your students’ needs. Here are some thoughts the design experts at GA Remodel have in mind.
Perhaps you have multiple children at home studying all day. Maybe you have one that cannot sit still. There are many scenarios we have heard over the years of designing homes for families. And that is alright. Georgia Home Remodeling can accommodate the wiggle worms and the perfectionists in each family. Here are a few creative thoughts for you to consider.
In all things, remember our children are adjusting just like we are. Give them the freedom to express themselves as well as the structure they need for success.
The good news here is that you do not have to figure it out on your own. You see, the experts at Georgia Home Remodeling have been making homes fit new challenges for more than 30 years. We have teams of professionals that will come in, assess the space available, and recommend the best solution to any home space challenge you have. We think outside of the box and above and beyond the desk for home study spaces.
If you have a challenging home study, work, or organizational situation, contact our design team today. We promise we can work it out and get you back to work and the productivity you enjoy. Our home renovation experience ranges from painting a room, building out a closet, capturing an attic or basement, and so much more. We can even add a room or enclose a porch for extra space you and your family can enjoy year-round.
All that to say, if you have a student or two, or three at home for classes, or homeschooling, contact Georgia Home Remodeling. We can build a space designed specifically unique to your child and their study needs. Contact us for an appointment to vision cast and create a space for you.