Since many families will be facing more virtual school this fall, we are sharing some ideas on how to set up virtual school stations in your home that can later be used for homework once it’s safe for everyone to return to school.
Besides just being functional, a virtual school station that is fun and cute may make both you and your children feel a little better about the less than ideal circumstances. It doesn’t get much cuter than this shared work space.
This family has three children and managed to streamline a work station for all three of them in a hallway—a great use of a space that’s rarely used.
If you have a lot of extra space in your home, you can have multiple work areas for older and younger kids, like this multi-purpose playroom.
A wall desk is a great space-saver when you’re adding a desk to a bedroom.
This faux built-in desk provides lots of extra storage.
This cool acrylic desk is so sleek you can barely see it, keeping the room functional without looking overcrowded.
This mama created her own little preschool inspired playroom—perfect for the kindergarten-and-younger crew that may need less structured schooling.
Even a little nook in a family room can become a school work desk.
Need a quieter spot? This family went full on Harry Potter and used the “cupboard under the stairs” as a cool hideout with a desk inside.
While many people opt for a kids-sized play table in the playroom, this playroom holds a full dining room table, where it’s easy to spread out books and computers or get messy with an art project. Your real dining room table will thank you as it has a much higher probability of staying clean this way.
Go old school with a vintage desk like this mama did in her homeschooled daughter’s room.
Need a spot to keep track of any paper or art projects? We love this DIY display on a kitchen wall.
Please feel free to add your own virtual school station ideas in the comments!