Get ready for the next school year when you create a portable homework station using a serving tray that can move around to any corner of your house helping take the stress out of school work.
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Now let’s just go ahead and face it. I know none of us want to even start talking about that dreaded work that starts with an “S”. School, yes and that means homework will be soon to follow. As much as we don’t even want to think about it, back to school time will be here before we know it.
I love summer, and I’m enjoying every minute of it. But I do know that reality will be slapping me in the face again very soon with early alarm clocks, packed lunches, and schedules to keep. That’s why I want you to be able to prepare ahead to eliminate as much stress as possible when you create a portable homework station using a serving tray.
Most of you probably have a desk in your child’s bedroom or a common area with a family computer, but let’s be real once again. Getting your kids to do their homework isn’t always this beautiful scenario where they sit down perfectly at their desk and get straight to work. Getting them to work in any room or space is a success. This portable homework station makes it where you can go straight to them for any help they may need.
I am using a three shelf cart that is metal with wooden shelves. It does roll on wheels which makes it portable but not so much if I have a printer plugged in. This wooden tray is from Dayspring and works perfectly for this especially with the vintage style map on the bottom. Plus the wood is extremely durable and will withstand many future school years.
I decided to place my serving tray on top with different school supplies that could be easily transported. I placed index cards, sticky note pads, calculator, memo book, glue stick, and crayons.
Sitting on the shelving beside the tray is this gorgeous tabletop globe that I fell in love with immediately. You can grab this beauty from Dayspring as well. It matches the tray perfectly and is part of their (in)courage collection. *Y’all know how much I love the (in)courage community. This handlettering, “We all belong to each other,” is just precious. Plus the globe could be used for any geography homework too.
Sitting on the top is a cup holding pencils, colored pencils, highlighters, and scissors. Place the cup on the tray and just take it wherever you need it. *I think I might just have to make one of these designated for my favorite Bible journaling supplies too.
Now how cool is it that you have one less thing checked off your list when school starts back. That first homework assignment your kids bring home will be a breeze when everything is organized and right at their fingertips.
Make sure to grab your serving tray and globe now to have time to get yours together. The great news is that they are now on sale at 50% off but only for a limited time so you better get them now!!!
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