Get inspiration from these homeschool hacks and organization tips to make your homeschool run smoothly.
I know homeschooling can drain a person like no other beast. I always seem to be fighting the endless piles of loose paper or lost pencils. But this year is going to be different. This year I’m going to be prepared because of these awesome homeschool hacks and be organized from the start.
What wonderful ideas have others come up with to make their life easier? I need all the help I can get because I can get organized but it will stay like that for like a week and then it all goes downhill again.
Then I don’t get motivated to do anything and look blindly around as I dismiss the mess. I’m vowing that this is the year that change occurs. No more mess, no more losing things, and no more wasting time!
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Recommended Homeschool Books
Not sure where to get started with homeschooling? Try any of these books to dive into the homeschool journey and identify a path for your family.
Homeschool Planning Guide for the Unorganized Mom: An easy-to-follow plan for successful homeschooling when you don’t even know where to startThe Brave Learner: Finding Everyday Magic in Homeschool, Learning, and LifeThe Read-Aloud Family: Making Meaningful and Lasting Connections with Your KidsThe Well-Trained Mind: A Guide to Classical Education at HomeA Charlotte Mason Companion: Personal Reflections on the Gentle Art of LearningThe Call of the Wild and Free: Reclaiming Wonder in Your Child’s Education
Homeschool Hacks: Organization Tips
The key to my mental happiness as a homeschool mom? These simple organization tips and hacks. I love being able to cut a few corners and know that it’s actually making our homeschool day that much more productive.
Check out some of our favorite homeschool hacks that are certain to be a big help.
I love this chalkboard desk from Our Art Corner in the Kitchen by Mum In The Madhouse
Preschool Toolbox by Preschool Inspirations is a wonderful way to organize your homeschool supplies, you could create one for each student.
Love this idea, this is something that is so simple and ingenious for this reason – Simple hack that will save you tons of paper by Kids Activities Blog.
DIY Drawer Organizer by The Stonybrook House, this looks so pretty and it’s something I can totally do.
Our Ikea School Desks by Confessions of a Homeschooler is a wonderful way to set up your school desk, there’s so much storage I love it.
Homeschool Room – Closet by Kids Activities Blog is a wonderful way to save space and to make the most of your closet.
Put drawers to good use to Organize Your Home For Homeschooling by A Bowl Full of Lemons.
Color code your bookshelves to make organization easy – Make Your Classroom Bright and Fun by Moffatt Girls.
A clever way to have ready access to kids’ activities – Have Busy Bags Near at Hand by Small Potatoes.
When it comes to setting up your homeschool day and organizing it so that it’s functional and useful, these simple homeschooling hacks are a huge help. I can’t tell you how much time and effort I’ve saved by being able to cut a few corners while being productive at the same time.
Recommended Organization Shelves
Need help getting organized with your homeschool plans? Don’t have a clue on where to start? You need my Homeschool Planning for the Unorganized Mom eBook.
Honey-Can-Do CRT-02214 Rolling Office Organizer, 10-Drawer,MulticoloredClosetMaid 16058 Premium Adjustable 9-Cube Organizer, Black WalnutDESIGNA 3-Tier Utility Storage Rolling Cart with Removable Pegboard & Extra Storage Baskets Hooks, Metal Craft Art Carts for Gift Home Office, TealHomemaxs 3 Tier Rolling Utility Storage Cart with Handles and Roller Wheels Craft Cart for Kitchen, Coffee Bar, Microwave Cooking Station, Storage, Office, Bathroom (WhiteYANXUS 3-Tier Rolling Utility Cart with Handle Makeup Cart with Roller Wheels Mobile Storage Organizer for Kitchen, Bathroom, Office, Coffee Bar
Need help getting started with your homeschool plans? Grab the Homeschool Planning Guide for the Unorganized Mom.
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