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Back to School: Ideas for a kid friendly study area

As kids all over South Africa head to school, we take a look at some kid friendly study areas where they can do their homework and cram for exams.

Organized to a tee

Use a peg board, empty plasitc containers and some rods to create a fun, yet organized desk for your kids to work on.



A+ Space

If you have a little more space you can add magnetic boards for artwork, important notes or motivational sayings to keep them going while doing homework.



Teen Glam

Kids grow up and this space will give them a place to tackle all those complicated math's problem, in a calm and tranquil space.



No Space, No Problem

Make the most of a small space with a floating shelf and low bookshelves



Light and Bright

Enough light with ample space allows for growing minds to wander to find all the right formulas and equations!



Modern Chic

Using the rods and tin buckets to create organized fun in this more mature kids study area 



World Travels

Use a colourful world map as a wall decoration (and learning tool!)



Hide away

If you are cramped for space, you can use partioning to create a little space for a study room



Space saving

Divide used space with storage and you will not only have a study area but ample space to pack away books and extra stationary



Carry it

If you don't have the space for a dedicated study area then you can still make sure they have everything they need at their fingertips by creating a little stationary caddy!





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