Homeschool organization is one of my favorite topics in how to homeschool.
Creating niches and discovering spaces you didn’t know you had can bring your home school area to life.
And turning unconventional storage pieces into useful tools for those areas can be daunting.
Also because I am not sure what type of stores or resources I will be able to find in South America, I am both excited and nervous to think of ways to create a new learning space when we move.
Switching subjects on you here for a minute, I promised I would update you on our move. The Mr. is still working on closing some business he has going on here in the states.
So we still have not put our house up for sale. It would be okay with me if we didn’t put it up for sale until March because the weather would be better.
Either way, in the meantime I have been hoarding resources that have unconventional storage ideas. I know my favorite stores like Target or Hobby Lobby won’t be there.
So today I have rounded up a few useful resources to help spur on the creative juices. Savvy solutions don’t have to be costly either.
Also, though I love to mix the old and the new with unconventional storage. In homeschool, we have so many needs that we want a wide variety of items to choose from.
And storage should look cute and inviting for our learning areas with kids.
And don’t forget about lighting. Most of us prefer a lot of natural light but I love me a gorgeous lamp when I can find one.
It really counts when I can find it in one of my favorite colors. Purple goes in a school room, right?
Simple Solutions to Stop Clutter
Whether it’s ziploc bags, jars or shower caddies going from the conventional to unconventional can still be beautiful while minimizing clutter.
Check out a few unconventional homeschool storage ideas that I have flagged.
Looking at them keeps me excited about our move and redecorating. I hope to stay inspired and implement some of these ideas when I have no Target to run to for my latest fix. (scary)
Do you see any ideas you can implement now in your school area?
Other Homeschool Organization Tips
- Homeschool Organization Where Do You Easily Begin?
- 100 BEST Ideas to Organize Your Homeschool Area – Storage, Spaces, and Learning Places
- Homeschool Room Organizing + Organizing Tool
- Baskets, Bins and Buckets for Homeschool Storage