It’s a new year and many have organization on the brain. If you’re anything like me, you can always use some homeschool organization tips and ideas! While these are geared towards homeschoolers, since this is a homeschool blog, most of these ideas will be great for anyone with kids! This is the first of a 2 part series for you, which will share our top ideas for homeschool organization!
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Below you will see how we organize our play dough supplies, our toys, our sensory bin supplies, our books and our office/school supplies! Developing good organizational habits has really helped keep our entire home cleaner and assists everyone with finding what they are looking for!
Organize the Play Dough & Supplies
Have Play dough? Need to organize the supplies? Here’s the method we have used for years to keep our play dough supplies organized! This post also contains free printables for the box label and also an ABC play dough chart.
Simplify the Sensory Bin Supplies
In our Simple Sensory Bin Solutions you can see how we organize all of the STUFF associated with sensory bins.In this post you’ll see the items we use, how we store them, and ideas for sensory bins!
Tame the Toys
See how we organize and store toys in our house. Keeping them organized is key for my sanity and helps with toy rotation. Learn how to make custom labels for your toy bins and all about our favorite toy storage supplies!
Sort the Supplies
We have used this over the door shoe organizer to sort smaller supplies for many years. This is such a great way to centralize the location of certain items for the entire family. See more about this tried and true supply organization method here.
Color Code the Kids
Color coding kids is something we have done for years but don’t have as much of a need for it now that our kids are older. Back in the younger kid days this was a much-loved method.
Organize the Books
When my kids were younger and theme based books were used ALL the time, this method made my life so much easier. Inexpensive magazine holders, books sorted by theme, see more about it here!
Stay tuned for part 2, filled with even more homeschool organization ideas!
Here’s a quick recap of the ideas shared in this post: