Homeschooling organization. It isn’t easy to do the proactive, planning stuff…but, it makes your life so much easier once it is done! These are pictures from my homeschooling classroom. I have a 2nd grader and a Kindergardener. I hope this post will help you to identify the “hot spots” and how to plan for them!
Thankfully, they are really cheap (and if you live close to an IKEA, you can even find them in the AS-IS dept…usually already put together! yeah!) My preference is also to have a bookshelf for each child. That way, it is easy to find their curriculum books, their readers, their workbooks. It is their space and they OWN it.
|I prefer the tall, skinny bookshelves – you waste so much less floor space.
Wide bookshelves are difficult to be useful and beautiful.
They are usually one or the other.
Let me just say, thank God for Pinterest! I found almost all of these ideas and cute printable labels on Pinterest! All of the organizers below are either things I already had lying around the house or purchased from the dollar store. I think what helped my “hodgepodge” of containers look more cohesive is the matching labels. I downloaded, printed and laminated these labels from Craft Labels – free & cute!
|I just love these labels…they make me happy!! 🙂|
HOTSPOT #3: WHAT ARE WE DOING TODAY?
|My workbox system!|
|Make lots of space for papers!|
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