Who says you have to go to the library to have your own private study space? You can make one yourself using an Elmer’s Tri-Fold board and just a few other objects.
I started with an Elmer’s Tri-Fold Display Board. I used my utility knife to cut the board in half. That means you can make two study carrels or just save the other half for a future project.
Clothespins are perfect for holding notes, homework assignments, spelling lists and more.
In the center of the carrel I added a pocket, a dry erase weekly calendar (made with more peel and stick paper) and a multiplication table. You can add whatever tools you think your child might need when they study.
I added a coat of blue acyrlic paint to the back to give it a finished look.
As you can see, it won’t fold flat once you are finished adding your touches to the board but it will fold down to a much smaller size for storage.
This post was compensated by Elmer’s and Collective Bias.