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Here are some ideas of things to put on your mini offices for younger kids:
Cursive writing chart
Books in the Bible
Days of Week, Months of year
Parts of Speech
Presidents of U.S.
Foreign language terms
States & Capitals
You can do this for your older kids, too… it isn’t just limited to elementary learners!
Here is how you make a mini office:
You will need at least 2-3 file folders. 2 folders will make a 3-panel mini office and 3 folders will make one with 4 panels. Lay them together overlapping the flaps and glue them together. On my mini office with 3 folders, I cut off the tabs on the folders in the middle. Some of the links below have detailed images with instructions if it doesn’t quite make sense.
Where I got my printable images for my mini office: