9 Homeschool Organization Ideas

Our homeschool room is organized and functional from the inside out.

If you’re looking for homeschool room organization ideas, read my 9 best tips for organizing a productive homeschool room, office, or any creative space for your family.

1) KEEP THE MOST USED ITEMS AT KID-LEVEL

These IKEA Havsta cabinets are tall, but I have kept their most used items down at everyone’s level for easy access.

2) LABEL EVERYTHING YOU CAN

I have labeled each child’s name in their own sections. When you have four kids at different learning levels, this is the way to go!

3) GET CREATIVE WITH ALL YOUR SURFACE SPACES

If your homeschool room is small, then you really should utilize every surface area that you can. Inside this hard-working cupboard, I also utilized the inside of the doors by adding some simple command hooks and dry erase pockets.

4) USE UP THE AVAILABLE BINS AND ORGANIZERS YOU HAVE ALREADY AROUND YOUR HOME

Not all your organizing bins need to coordinate and match. I looked around my home for what I already had and mixed them around for better organization inside the cabinets.

This cool vintage bin keeps our envelopes and card-making supplies. I have a little reward system and they can choose some simple prizes from this basket I have stored on the top shelf.

5) FILL THE SPACE WITH THE BOOKS YOU MOST WANT THEM TO READ FOR LEARNING AND GROWTH

I keep a selection of books right inside our homeschool room.

I wanted to keep the books that support learning or character development right inside this room as an encouragement for them to grab and read, especially during school times.

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