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When you are homeschooling your child, one of the hardest parts of getting started is to figure out the best homeschool organization ideas. Various things can make it difficult to organize your homeschool space.
Depending on the size of the space you have to work with, it can be tricky to find ways to keep things organized. Staying organized is extremely helpful and will allow you to easily find supplies and items when you need them.
This will help you stay sane and stay on track for your homeschool schedule.
Homeschool planning can be chaotic, so many decisions to make and curriculum to choose for each child especially if you have multiple kids.
It can be easy to be overwhelmed with books and paper clutter once school starts if you don’t have a system in place for everything.
I think my son spends more time looking for his English book than actually doing it because he always works in different places each day.
Each of my kids have their own shelf with their own books on it. Yes, kids will fight over which art book is theirs.
All the library books have their own shelves so that they don’t get mixed in with ours. Ever have to hunt for that lone library book that is due and about to start accumulating fines? Not fun.
Homeschool Organization Shelves
I’m a huge fan of these cube shelves, they were $39 from Canadian Tire, we got them to hold all of our educational toys and they’re all labeled. Love my label maker.
We got the colorful bins from the Dollar Tree and are pretty sturdy considering they’re holding some heavy things like our rock collection or dominoes.
They have the round ones and the square ones but my hubby preferred these.
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Hopefully, these homeschool organization ideas will help you keep your homeschool room tidy and organized.
This DIY desk organizer is a great way for kids to keep their pens and pencils organized and tidy.
This easy DIY homework station is a great way to keep writing supplies and small items close so kids can easily pull them out when needed.
This DIY art caddy is the perfect way to keep items like paint, crayons, and other art supplies organized.
This DIY rope basket is a great way to organize items in just about any room. For your homeschool room, you can store paper, supplies, and books.
A great way to organize your homeschool supplies, this portable homework station is a great way to keep things organized.
This DIY drawer divider will be a great way to organize your drawers for homeschool supplies so that they are out of site but still easy to access.
This is a great way to organize your homeschool room. The idea of how to create and organize a desk is a great way to save space and keep track of everything.
This should give you some great ideas on how to organize and set up your homeschool area.
Saving space is a great way to have an organized homeschool. This DIY ottoman also doubles as a storage space.
Using clipboards or corkboards to keep your papers and notes organized can be helpful. It’s an easy way to stay sane when homeschooling.
This easy DIY tiered school supply stand can be set on the table when the kids are working on their schoolwork and can be put away when they are finished.
Don’t let your homeschool be overrun with books, paper and toys, get a system to keep your homeschool organized so it doesn’t leave you stressed out.