Whether they want to admit it or not, kids love the first day of school. I know my son, Kai, does. He loves seeing old friends and making new ones. One thing they may not love is the dreaded return of homework (dun, dun, dun). Encourage your students to start the year off right by making a DIY homework station together, using items that you already have either in your pantry or recycling bin.
- Old boxes (I used a cereal box and an instant packet porridge box.)
- 4 used tin cans
- Duct and/or washi tape
Step 1: Prepare your tin cans and boxes by tearing off the labels and cutting off the box lids. Cut one third off of one side of the cereal box.
Step 2: Place your boxes together so they are in place. I organised them so the cereal box is in the back and the porridge box in the front. I placed two tin cans on each side of the homework station. I connected the station together by wrapping duct tape around it.
Step 3: Continue wrapping the duct tape around the station.
Step 4: Further add decoration by adding washi tape to your design.
Step 5: Add your supplies: notebook paper, markers, ruler, scissors, etc.
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