We do school everywhere- the living room, the porch, the trampoline, the hammock, everywhere. So this is more our school storage area. :)
The tanks are for observing any critters we find. Behind the tanks in the corner is our paper holder. The top shelf holds: the microscope, magnifying glass, succulent and air plant, containers for specimens, dissecting kits, globe, chalkboard supplies, cylinders, and out fish bowl. The middle shelf holds: the paper punch, science card games, fish model, marine life models, human head model, brain model, paper clips, tape, microscope slides, tessellation shapes, rock collection, and the fraction board. Bottom shelf holds: map puzzles, blank main lesson books, pencil basket, anatomy puzzles, molecule kit, glue, dice games, card games, hot dot cards and pen, element card set, pencil sharpener. On the desk there is a metal sheet for working with our magnetic German set. The red cart on the right holds our paint supplies and gives our cat a place to hang out with us. The shelf under the desk holds most of our books and manuals. The rolling bookshelf on the left holds sketch books, math blocks, art supplies and a few reference materials for me. The cardboard box holds extra science supplies and next to it on the floor is the vintage typewriter that we sometimes use.
Next to the chalkboard above Jack's work area is this vintage school map. It hangs above my desk area, which is a mess right now. :) We love the map. Jack spends lots of time studying it.