Some of you may have already started back to school, and some of you may have a few more weeks of summer. But, the inevitable is coming: back to school time! And with that comes homework. Whether you are sending your children back to school, going back yourself, or running an in-home school, all of those papers and calendars need to be organized. A homework station is the perfect solution to keeping everyone organized. Real Simple has some great tips for starting a homework station, and here are my ten favorite ideas for creating a homework station that works for you. (featured image via Sand and Sisal)
Please stop by the Remodelaholics Anonymous link party at the end of the post and share what you’ve been up to recently, school related or otherwise!
see more of what I’ve been pinning
Ten Creative Homework Station Ideas
Kid’s Homework and Art Station | Craft-O-Maniac
Hallway Homework Nook | featured on Sand and Sisal
Closet into Homework Station | This Old House
Home Preschool Room | The Sweatman Family
Triple Duty: School, Laundry and Craft Room | Teal and Lime
Office or Homework Space for Two | Better Homes and Gardens
Cubby Writing Center | The Write Start
Boy’s Art and Homework Station | The Crafted Sparrow
Homeschool Organization and Storage | My Joy-Filled Life
Portable Homework Supply Station (and other back-to-school stations) | Save the Phillips Family
What systems help you and your family keep learning organized? I’d love to see — share at the party and/or in the comments!
Remodelaholic’s Anonymous Party
It’s time to show off your stuff! Any home-related posts are welcome: DIY, decor, organizing, whatever you’ve done to make your home awesome, I want to see! If you have a delicious recipe that I HAVE to try, feel free to share that, too 🙂 We had an AWESOME party last week — go check out all the links! Seriously, go! Here are a few of the great projects shared, some of the your favorites and mine.
Eclectically Vintage Home Tour, shared by A Stroll Through Life
Glossy Butcher Block Countertop, by Ramblings From The Burbs
Office Reveal, by Designed to Dwell
(and that desk is an awesome DIY you have to see!)
Make Believe Station, by Rambling Renovators
(It’s interchangeable! A grocery store, a bakery and cafe, and a hardware store. Every little girl — or boy! — needs a hardware store!)
Now, show me what you’ve got! Just a reminder of our short and sweet guidelines:
- Your post must contain a link to www.remodelaholic.com in order to participate.
- Please link the direct URL of the post: no homepage links, no business links.
- You may link up to 3 posts each week.
- Always keep your links family friendly. We reserve the right to remove any links for any reason.
PLEASE HELP US SPREAD THE WORD ABOUT THE PARTY! I’d love for you to share about the party on your blog or social media, if you’d like.