How people organize and decorate their homeschool room is a hot topic in our world. Maybe you don’t have a designated room at all but rather find yourself around the kitchen table. Either way, you’re sure to find some inspiration in this post as different families give us tours of their homeschool room.
Homeschool Room Tours
Schooling With Grace compiled 12 homeschool rooms to inspire and encourage you. What I love about this round-up is that she included regular, everyday homeschool spaces – not Pinterest-perfect ones! Because most of us are living in the trenches with thrifted furniture, a normal house, and all the clutter that comes with schooling at home.
Capturing the Charmed Life tells is like it is: learning happens everywhere. Even if you have a dedicated school room, you may not use it 100% of the time for homeschool learning. However, it is still an excellent place for school-related storage.
If you have a homeschool room, or if you homeschool all over the house, Inside Our Normal has a great post about the must have spaces for learning. If you’re just starting out this year, her recommendations will help you gear up your space for optimal learning productivity.
Last year, we had an Amazing Homeschool Spaces competition. You can check out the finalists!
Organization & Resources
Most of us assume you need floor-to-ceiling bookshelves and large amounts of organized closet space if you’re going to homeschool. But Fearless Faithful Mom has an ingenious homeschool organization hack. The Backpack Method is so simple that it can work for anyone! Check it out if you’re struggling with how to organize your kids’ homeschool supplies.
If you’re looking for the best furniture source for homeschool organization, there’s a reason that homeschoolers swoon over IKEA. Check out these posts for inspiration.
- IKEA Ideas for Homeschool Rooms
- IKEA Homeschool Organization
- How to Homeschool Without A Homeschool Room
If you have elementary aged kids, then workboxes are amazing!
Homeschool Space Solutions
Listen to episode #5 of the Homeschool with Moxie Podcast. Whether you have a dedicated homeschool room, or you homeschool at the kitchen table, we’ll discuss some practical space and storage solutions.
Here’s a picture of that ugly oil pan we use for AAS. It’s not a fixture of our home decor, though. We hide it away when it’s not in use.
How to Organize Your Homeschool Schedule on Trello (even if you’re not techy)
Download some pretty decor prints for your homeschool in my resource library! It’s free.
This episode is sponsored by my workshop titled “How to Homeschool Multiple Ages Without Losing Your Mind.” In this 25 minute workshop, I’ll share three keys to homeschooling several kids at a time and give you the steps to take to implement strategies immediately.
If you’re looking for supply lists and other organization resources, check out these posts:
- Homeschool Supply List
- Amazon Deals for Homeschool Organization
- Organizing Your Homeschool with Lisa Woodruff of Organize365 – HWM #72
- Systems for Homeschool Paper Clutter
- Declutter One Hot Spot