This large shelf unit was unused, the chairs and table where in the store room and activities where in my bedroom cupboard/drawers. This isn't an area where I plan to teach him, but just somewhere he can work/play and learn on his own.
I have a selection of different activities out:
Books: his encyclopedias and appropriate reading level books.
Crafts: All sorts of bits and bobs, glue, tape, paper, beads, play dough and painting.
Mathematics: Addition chart A and B, golden beads activities.
Sensorial and Geometry: Pattern blocks stamps, colour box 3, tessellation shapes, pentominoes, constructive triangles box 6, puzzles, tangram and blocks.
Language: Chalk board, writing paper, reading books. I'm hoping to make some of the green level sentences that he is working on at school.
I also have a few materials for learning Arabic: Basket of animals [to learn names], Arabic cut out letters [instead of moveable alphabet], Arabic dictionary.
I also have a microscope activity on the shelf which I presented to Little-N this morning.The activities are all self contained and mats are provided where needed.