Updated August 6, 2019
Homework happens. That’s a fact. Give your kids the tools they need to get it done with a minimal amount of grumbling. Here’s everything you need to create smart workspaces and encourage good study habits.
The Right Environment
Start with these practical tips to choose an inviting homework environment. This covers everything from selecting the right locations (it’s not next to the game console, but you already knew that) to fuss-free recommendations for organizing school supplies.
Big Ideas for Pint-Size Spaces
Many of Taylor Morrison’s new home floor plans have built-in computer stations that are ideal for homework. But you can just as easily create your own in a small closet or even by repurposing an outgrown crib. Check out “9 Awesome Homework Station Ideas for Any Size House” for the entire list.
Now that your kids have the coolest workspace here’s some expert advice in how to make sure they’ll use it and maybe even raise their grades. You can learn a lot by reading “Top 10 Homework Tips.” It covers the ABCs of planning, praising and setting a good example.
Stop by a Taylor Morrison community near you and tour a model home to see how our professional interior designers handle kids’ rooms, home offices, kitchen, computer centers and other ideas you can adapt for a homework station.