10 Homeschool Organization Ideas – Best Homeschool Organization for Small Spaces

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Teaching your kids – let alone trying to keep them happy, healthy, and entertained during a health crisis – is tough enough. Trying to teach them in the same space your family uses for playing, working, socializing, and relaxing can seem almost impossible. But due to the ongoing health crisis, many families across the country are trying to make it work: some are forming home teaching modules, others are going solo and many are still undecided on which way to go. . Since home schooling for the next school year (or at least part of it) is the new reality, make it more manageable for you and your kids with these homeschool organizing ideas. Take inspiration from parents who made it themselves to find the best ways to create class schedules, not clutter up your child’s workspace, and organize homework.

However, creating a healthy learning environment for your children doesn’t mean you have to live with books, supplies, and papers strewn all over your house for the next year. Avoid clutter (and chaos) by putting these space-saving hacks to work before the school year begins.

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Painting a chalkboard wall

Make the most of an empty wall by covering it with chalkboard paint. Use it to teach lessons, encourage children’s creativity, or track homework, tests, and vacations.

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Create a command center

Empty a shelf you already have to make room for binders, textbooks, art supplies, and bins. Let children put their papers and other materials in the bins, so that it doesn’t take them away from the general display.

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Assemble a morning basket

Fill the baskets with the cornerstones of a successful school day – books, worksheets, art materials, and extracurricular activities – and drop them off at the breakfast table each morning. This gives children a glimpse of what to expect, so they can be excited about the day ahead.

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Use free space on the wall

Keep all of their supplies close at hand with this DIY workstation. Personalize it to suit your student: add a cork board, pegboard, or shelves filled with their pens, pencils and more. This way they have plenty of office space to do their jobs.

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DIY your own diary

If planning is your love language, pull out your colorful pens and markers to create a home school planner. Indoors, organize the month’s program, describe each student’s daily homework, and brainstorm ideas for makeshift excursions.

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Create a workstation

Create your own bulletin board that features the day’s program, homework, and reading material. In the attached files, your students can return homework done, so they don’t get lost in shuffle reading.

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Give each subject a color

For now, turn your craft or toy wardrobe into a homeschool tote. Designate a color for each subject, then fill the colored bins with the appropriate papers, books and supplies.

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Organize assignments by week

Keep track of all of your child’s work by storing essays, tests, and illustrations in color-coded files. Involve your children by asking them to clear their desks or notebooks every week and fill out the corresponding file.

9

Keep everything on a cart

A rolling caddy, like these stylish metal ones, makes it easy to move all of your supplies from room to room. Plus, as soon as the weekend arrives, you can hide them in a closet until school is in session.

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Give children their own baccalaureate

Since your kids may not have their own desks to store their supplies, give them a plastic bin to hold their pens, pencils, calculators, and other essentials. Label it with their name, so they don’t mix it up with their other siblings.

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