Homeschool room organization. This would work great for any kid-related area, and the Trofast and Expedit from IKEA are two of my favorites! Homeschool Rooms, Schools Rooms, Happy Homeschool, Crafts Rooms, Supplies Organizations, Schools Supplies, Organizations Homeschool, Schools Organizations, Art Supplies
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Ikea Trofast Bins Under Window: We use these to house manipulatives for busy pre-schoolers. Some of our favorites are Magna-Tiles, play food, and stacking pegs. I rotate these toys once in awhile to prevent boredom, but I went ahead and labeled them anyway as many of our favorites tend to stay in rotation.
Pretty Pantry Here's a pantry that packs a punch. Keep food organized by assigning a shelf to each group (grains, baking ingredients, snacks, etc.). Line shelves with laminated fabric -- it's easy to clean and adds a splash of bright color. Use clear plastic containers to store your pantry goods and add an adhesive label to each container for an extra measure of organization
My goodness last week perhaps was one of the best parties ever. You guys were in DIY mode and your projects were simply incredible. Today I am sharing 23 DIY Projects for the Home. I hope you enjoy each of them as much as I have. I am starting with this DIY Chrysanthemum Clock
10 Ways to Make Your Homeschool Day Run Smoothly 1) Wake up before your children. 2) Have a supper plan each day 3) Create a routine 4) Tidy your school area each day 5) Tell your children the "plan for the day" 6) Avoid answering the phone 7) Stay offline during school hours 8) Have your children's schoolwork planned 9) Serve snacks daily 10) Smile!
Love the punch of color and the ease of access to all the supplies in this closet! And you can close the doors when you are done! :)