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Need help find a gift for a homeschooling family? I know our family would have appreciated some gifts that we could all enjoy together or that I could use in our homeschool. It would have been better than a one off toy that the kids would have lost interest in and gone towards bringing our family together.
I know I would appreciate things that we could use in our homeschool rather than bright shiny toys that get played with just once and lose their appeal. See my list of the best gifts for homeschool families.
With homeschooling, it’s important to use your space to its full potential. This grey and cream chevron print has four pockets to store regular-sized papers in. You can hang it on the front or back of a door, to make the most of your space.
If you’re like our family, you’re always going through a lot of ink with printables!
Homeschool families never have enough books! Get them a Barnes and Noble gift card for books galore.
Easily keep organized with these binder clips. They have labels like “not graded” “to be copied” and more for easy organization. It comes in a set of 5 clips.
Our family is a huge fan of board games and because our kids are so competitive, they have hoot trying to beat us. For older games, my boys love strategy games while my youngest loves to play Jenga or matching card games.
We’re also huge fans of puzzles and we’ve been working on a 1000 piece puzzle for weeks now whenever we have some quiet time. It’s one of our favorite activities to do right before bed.
These are our favorite board games at the moment and we can play with our kids who are 7 and 12 right now.
Homeschoolers love field trips, but taking your entire family can be costly. If you can swing an annual membership to a museum, art gallery or the zoo for a homeschool family, I know they would truly appreciate it.
Every homeschool need a world map! This large world map is great for displaying the different countries around the world.
This board can hold up to 6 of the kid’s latest artwork. It can come in up to 6 different stains, great for matching any area of the home.
Some states require you to keep a portfolio, and it’s nice for others to just have a record. This binder is made with you in mind, and can fit up to 400 pages.
These library seats are fantastic for stacking on crates. Create your own personal reading nook, and then use the creates for storage!
This globe is great for the day or night! A globe is a great way for kids to decently see the world around them.
These storage cubes are 11x11x10.5″, and they can be used for seriously everything – toys, clothes, books, supplies, curriculum – the options are endless, making them great for homeschool families.
Great for storage, this organizer comes with 9 bins that have 3 different shapes. It measures 12″D x 36″W x 24″H, and is great for storing toys, supplies, or curriculum.
This super nifty bookshelf comes in three different colors and has 6 cubbies for toys, games, or books. In the middle, it comes with a grey cushion and a little reading nook!
Rand McNally Signature Map of the World, 50 x 32-InchIlluminated World Globe for Kids With Stand,Built in LED for Illuminated Night ViewKidKraft Bookcase with Reading Nook Toy, WhiteDelta Children Deluxe Multi-Bin Toy Organizer with Storage Bins, Grey/Blue