100+ Homeschool Classroom Organization Ideas

There are tons of great homeschool organization ideas out there to help you stay on top of the clutter paperwork, and supplies you keep on hand. We’ve gathered some of the best tips, as well as found our favorite resources for storage to share with you in one location. This year, your homeschool classroom organization doesn’t have to be frustrating. This list will help you know exactly what you need to stay organized and clutter free.

100 Homeschool Classroom Organization Ideas

100+ Homeschool Classroom Organization Ideas

This is broken down into categories for your convenience. Many of these posts are multiple ideas other bloggers shared within their own posts. There truly are thousands of excellent homeschool classroom organization ideas out there that can totally change how you function as a homeschooling parent. Take your time to read the tips, make notes, and implement these changes into your routine this homeschooling year.

General Organizing Ideas:

These organizing tips for your homeschool classroom encompass all areas of the homeschool room. There are great ideas for keeping you on top of everything from lesson plans to end ofthe year storage.

7 Steps To An Organized Homeschool Classroom from They Call Me Blessed

Loop Scheduling vs. Block Scheduling – Which Is Right For Your Homeschool? from Ed Snap Shots

Organizing Your Homeschool Space from Midwest Modern Momma

Organizing Your Home For Homeschooling from A Bowl of Lemons

Organizing Our Homeschool Week from Homeschooling Hearts & Minds

5 Favorite Ways To Organize Homeschool Supplies from The Kennedy Adventures

How To Organize Your Homeschool Year from The Real Thing With The Coake Family

Ideas For Your Homeschool Room Or Space from My Joy-Filled Life

How To Organize Your Digital Homeschool Resources from Look! We’re Learning

7 Simple Homeschooling Organizing Tips from Midwest Modern Momma

Organize Your Homeschool Bookshelves from Starts At Eight

8 Must Follow Homeschool Organization Pinterest Boards from Ed Snap Shots

Homeschool Organization Tips For Moms With ADHD from Look! We’re Learning

Free Homeschool Planning Kit from Ed Snap Shots

How To Organize For School In A Small Space from Successful Homemakers

6 Tips For Organizing Your Homeschool Space from Contented At Home

Homeschool Classroom Organization:

These tips are ideal for really making your homeschool space or homeschool space more functional for daily use. When you have limited space, these tips are perfect for keeping you organized and ready to face any challenge.

5 Tips For Organizing Your Homeschool Classroom from The Pioneer Woman

How To Set Up A Montessori Homeschool Classroom from Living Montessori Now

5 Fantastic Homeschool Room Hacks from Ed Snap Shots

50 Ideas For An Organized Classroom from Creekside Learning

10 Frugal Homeschool Storage Solutions from Midwest Modern Momma

How To Organize Your Homeschool Classroom from Living Life And Learning

6 Tools To Organize Your Homeschool Room from Ed Snap Shots

Easy Ways To Store Homeschool Materials from Midwest Modern Momma

10 Tips For Organizing Your Homeschool Room For Preschoolers from Hip Homeschool Moms

5 Homeschool Room Organizing Essentials from Starts At Eight

Homeschool Papers or Portfolios Organization:

Whether you are trying to keep track of lesson plans to complete in the future or completed and graded tests for portfolios, these are the best organizing ideas you will find for papers, books, and portfolios in your homeschool classroom.

How To Keep Your Homeschool Papers Organized from Midwest Modern Momma

DIY Lesson Organizer from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

How To Keep Track Of Your Homeschool Curriculum from Living Life and Learning

Easy Tips To Organize Homeschool Materials from Scattered Squirrel

Homeschool Workbook Organization Tip from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

Simple Tips For Organizing Your Homeschool Library from Living Montessori Now

DIY Workboxes from Recycled Boxes from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

How I Organize Our Homeschool Books from My Joy-Filled Life

Homework Station Organization Ideas:

While not typical for homeschooling families, homework stations are a great homeschool classroom organization idea that works perfectly for a larger family dynamic that need separate workstations for each student. For that reason, they are included in this list of great homeschool classroom organization ideas.

Art & Homework Station from 5 Minutes For Mom

13 DIY Creative Homework Stations from Tip Junkie

12 Tips For Creating The Ultimate Homework Station from House Beautiful

DIY Homework Station from Moms Confession

20 Homework Stations from Spaceship & Laserbeams

Kids Homework Station from Live Craft Eat

15 Homework Station Ideas from Sand & Sisal

Great Products To Help You Organize Your Space:

These items are things that every homeschool classroom needs to easily stay organized. Most of these items are budget-friendly and easy to find online as linked or in local retail stores if more convenient.

2 Drawer Mobile Filing Cabinet – This is an ideal filing cabinet to use for small spaces or when you need to move homeschool items out of the main living space.

Snap N Store File Box – Great for storing paperwork and portfolios year to year, or for use in a smaller space for daily records.

10-Drawer Organizing Cart – This is ideal for storing craft supplies, worksheets, and folders for kids to access easily throughout the day.

Desk Organizer with Double Tray & Upright Storage – This is a must for keeping daily worksheets and papers to be graded orderly and on hand when needed.

Hanging Wall Organizer – These are great for going over the back of a door to keep things like small books, worksheets, games, and flashcards accessible and organized.

Cross Cut Paper Shredder – You’ll want this for cleaning up and purging old items no longer needed.

1″, 3″, and 5″ 3-ring Binders – These are a must for organizing portfolios and paperwork.

18-Month Day Planner – This is a must for planning your daily schedule, and keeping track of non-homeschool related appointments and responsibilities.

Lesson Plan And Record Book – Every teacher needs a way to keep track of lesson plans and grades for their students. This will make it easier to know what is coming up at a glance.

Bookshelves – Depending on the available space, you may want a few bookshelves for storing curriculum, portfolios, and resources.

These homeschool classroom organization ideas are ideal for any new or old homeschooler. From keeping your space neat and tidy, to making sure your paperwork doesn’t get lost, this list is a great place to begin your organizing journey.


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Katie Reed

Katie Reed

Katie Reed is a 38 year old mom blogger from Salt Lake City, UT. She is married to the man of her dreams and together they have four beautiful boys. Dexter is 9, Daniel is 7, Chester is 5 and Wilder is 2. She writes about living with mental health issues while navigating motherhood. Her blog focuses on tips and tricks for moms, information and parenting news, kid-friendly recipes and crafts. She loves to reflect on the humorous side of parenthood and shares the reality of her life, with a "warts and all" attitude.

2 Responses

  1. This is a great roundup of ideas to keep the homeschool organization in check. I have found that there are so many different ways to keep things organized for homeschooling.

    Thank you for sharing this with us on the #HomeMattersParty. We hope to see you again next week when we open our doors at 12 AM EST on Friday.

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