Getting children to focus on homework can be difficult. Making a fun designated area where they can complete homework can make the homework experience something your child can look forward to. Lisa Berrett joined Emily and Troy on GTU to show you how to create a one-of-a-kind homework center!
Any plastic containers all shapes and sizes
Hot glue gun
School cut outs
Measure the containers and stack them so it is easy for the kids to get to.
Use a hot glue gun and attached them in layers for all the crayons, glue, pencils.
Get duct tape and add it around some of the containers so they are not see through.
For the clip use about 4 inches of wire and thread it through the outside of the main homework box
To finish your Homework center add some stickers and fun embellishments (this part would be fun for the kids to help with).
Keep things cheap! Lisa got all of her containers at the Dollar Tree, so her Homework center was only a few dollars.
Remember that if all the stuff your kids will need is in one place it won't take as long and they won't keep asking you where pencils and glue are.
This craft is an easy way to create a homework center for you kids, and should only take about 20 minutes to complete!
Now you have a place that has everything your kids need to do homework.
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