Needing to get your homeschool organized, but aren’t sure where to begin? I’ve got you covered! Here are a bunch of my favorite organization ideas from Pinterest to get you inspired!
One Stop Teacher Shop shares how she organizes her teaching binder. And if you really fall in love with her templates, she has them available to purchase!
Learning Well also has some great ideas on how to organize a homeschool master binder.
If you are looking for ways to organize all of that curriculum you’ve accumulated, there are several different ways to do so. My Montessori Journey organizes all of her schooling supplies based on which month she plans to use it in. This is an especially great way to organize if you plan on doing monthly units or themes.
Now if you really want to get ahead of the game and organize your entire year’s worth of lesson plans, Meet Penny has got you covered! She shares how she uses these fun colored crates, folders and index cards to organize her curriculum for each day of the year! This woman is my organization hero!
Another crate system to organize your homeschool curriculum, based on week. Faith Filled Parenting even takes the time to walk you through the process step by step and shows the exact products used in the system!
WORKBOXES! These might be my favorite idea for organizing the school day! Heart of Wisdom shares how they use workboxes in their homeschool. We have every intention of using workboxes when we get our homeschool all set up, and when we do I hope to post about how the system works for our family.
Learning in Wonderland not only shares some clever ways to use these plastic drawers to organize, but also sells these adorable labels to go with them! She makes several different sizes and styles. Definitely worth checking out!
A Bowl Full of Lemons shares this ridiculously clever way to organize all of those little school supplies. An over the door shoe hanger?! SO SMART! A super inexpensive way to store all of those smaller supplies, without taking up a bunch of space!
Kelly Elko organizes art supplies in a closet! Another brilliant space-saver!
The RASKOG Cart is a great Ikea hack shared by My Joy-Filled Life. Check out her blog to see all of her other must-have homeschool Ikea hacks!
How pretty is this homeschool space?! The Moffatt Girls share where she found all of these colorful organizing containers, how she uses them to organize her homeschool supplies AND shares her adorable dot labels for you to use as well!
If you’re lucky enough to have space to dedicate an entire room to your homeschool, this is definitely a blog you’ll want to check out! Happiness is Homemade‘s homeschool room is neat and organized. I love that it has a lot of colors and supplies, but doesn’t look overcrowded. This is a really great room!
Another clever way to use a closet to organize supplies! The Diary of a Real Housewife has got the trifecta going on here, with plastic totes, shelves AND the over the door shoe organizer!
I love the organizing system Not Consumed is using in this picture. With 3 (soon to be 4) kiddos running around in our house, we don’t have a bedroom to spare. I think this book shelf is a great way to keep school supplies organized and looking tidy, and could be used in a dining room or living room space.
This final picture is just #schoolroomgoals! Check out My Joy-Filled Life to see how great this cabinet system looks and how awesome their homeschool room is! Someday…
I hope this post provided you with some ideas and got you inspired to do some homeschool organization of your own! For more homeschool organization ideas, check out my Pinterest page HERE!