Organization, regardless of which room you are speaking of, can make or break the process. Can you imagine trying to cook in a kitchen that looks like it has been ransacked by a raccoon? (Actually, I’m sure we’ve all been there a time or two). It is hard to cook properly and stress free when you can’t find the right utensils, the right ingredients and you have no space to prep.
The same goes for homeschooling. Our children need a clean and open space to fully gain all that is available for them. If there are books, papers, crayons and glue scattered on the table where she is supposed to be doing math, they are probably going to be highly distracted. Right?
Most kids are easily distracted in the first place. That is why I had to find the Best Ways To Organize Your Homeschool.
Please don’t take this as preaching. It IS NOT. I have been on both sides. I’ve had a strict, stark white and basically open heart surgery proof homeschool room. I have also had a free for all. Neither one worked well for us.
We need to LIVE in our homeschool room but we need to have a space that is ready for their little minds to absorb what is being taught. These are my favorite examples of organized homeschool rooms that I used to make mine exactly what we needed.
Make the most out of a room with this montessori setup, with separate places for geography, practical life, independent work area, and light table.
Use crates and zip ties for inexpensive DIY cubbies. There’s six cubbies in this example, but you can make it bigger! Label each section for maximum organization.
Grow a lifelong love of reading with this epic reading nook! Add a rain gutter bookshelf to help organize and display your family favorites.
Create this trendy and chic mason jar pencil desk organizer. It’s a great way to sort through pencils, pens, crayons, and markers!
How do you keep organized in a tiny house? Find out one mom’s tricks and hacks and how her family makes it work!
Sort pens, markers, and pencils with toilet paper rolls! Stick them in a cute box, or wrap an old shoe box with wrapping paper or scrapbook paper for a fun look.
Simplicity is always great. This simple homeschool preschool room is great for homeschool, and it is not cluttered or busy. However, it’s neatly organized and gets the job done!
With the trendy cube storage, create individual student cubbies for each child, making them easier to organize and keep track of.
Have the kids help paint these soup cans in this caddy great for homeschool supplies.
Use bright and colorful washi tape to wrap around cereal boxes. Use them to organize files, papers, magazines, or old schoolwork!
If you have a lot of books, create this crate bookshelf! It has a rustic theme great for a rustic-chic classroom.
For younger learners, if you have a lot of crayons, stick colored construction paper on the bottom of bins to easily sort crayons.