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  • Jennifer Wiley

    Organizing school supplies - how to keep three kids' books, backpacks, assignments and treasures all in one closet...and shut the door! Will be handy one day!

  • Jessica Simkins

    school room closet organization

  • Hope Kawaja

    homeschool room closet organization

  • Traci

    Homeschool closet organization

  • Media Angels

    homeschool room: closet from junecleavernirvana.com - If you don't homeschool, use this idea to store library books (Kids check them out of the closet and return them when they're done.), supplies (notebook paper, report folders, poster board, glue sticks, staplers and staples, pencils and erasers, paper clips, rulers, hole punchers, etc) #homeschool organization

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great organization of closet in homeschool room Liz Huckleby maybe you could get one of the closed bookcases and do this idea?

table divided by a shelf of materials, and you can never have too many maps in a homeschooling room

time zone clocks (family that lives far away), individual bulletin boards, art displays, organizing bins

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.

OK, I NEED This on every wall in my classroom, and in at least one wall in every other room... Some days are certainly more trying than others... (btw the day I am pinning this was an awesome day!)

How do homeschooled students compare to those educated in traditional public schools? This handy #infographic breaks it down.

I am absolutely drooling over this homeschooling room from Confessions of a Homeschooler!

Homeschooling with 4-H, this was a big part of my girls years of homeschooling. Couldn't imagine it without it.