For several weeks now I’ve been wanting to share what I got via snail mail. Give you 3 guesses what I’m going to use it for…
|Velcro dots on either side of the drawers|
|If Peanut needs help on a drawer she can place a Help label on the left side, skip the drawer and come back to it when someone can help her. Drawer 8 says “Wait for Dad.”|
|Drawer five has an iPod label. In order to complete the task in drawer 5, Peanut would hand me the iPod label for me to set up the iPod game for her to complete.|
|The Workbox Success chart complete with 16 velcro spots. This allows for 6 other activity labels such as morning board, potty break, chores, or snack time.|
|The Spare Me card provides a place to store all the extra labels not in use and gives Peanut easy access to her “Help!” labels.|
3. I then added some extra velcro dots to the side of the cart to place the Workbox Success Chart and Spare Me Chart. The nice thing about this is that now we can take the charts off and place them by her work area if we don’t want to leave them on the cart all the time.
|Velcro dots for charts|
|Workboxes with the charts attached|
4. This leaves us with our finished workbox station. I can’t wait until we start using it!
|Finished Workbox Center|
By the way, I’m currently creating a preschool workbox curriculum which I hope to be sharing with you very soon as Peanut starts school. I’m so excited about it because it not only includes those regular workbox items and activities but also ideas for music, PE, morning board, memory work, and more all related to the topic, letter or number of the week. I’ve seen several amazing homeschool curriculums out there but none that are all-inclusive so be sure to come back and check it out in July as you get ready for your new school year.
Do you use a workbox system already? If so, please leave a link or your story below. I’d love to check it out!