We do not have a dedicated homeschool room and live in a very small home. I have to creative about where I store homeschool stuff.
When I moved my stockpile from my white pantry cabinet onto the new bookcase, I suddenly had this cabinet that begged to help me get organized. My eyes shifted from the white, empty cabinet to the cabinet in the kitchen bursting with art supplies. Every time I would take something out, I would have to quickly shut the cabinet to avoid an avalanche. It was pitiful.
So, I took everything out.
I thought about using shoeboxes but them realized that I had our empty workboxes (purchased from the Dollar Tree) and they were a perfect fit.
I was so thrilled with the finished result. I can find everything I need in an instant. Plus, I have a gorgeous, empty cabinet in my kitchen now.
Energized, I moved on to the hall closet where we store all the learning toys, manipulatives, and board games.
On the door, we have a pantry organizer which comes in super handy for adding space and it is perfect for putting the miscellaneous bags of items that do not stack well. Everything else went into the stacking shelves with the exception of a few items (like our Boomwhackers) which are in bags and hanging from clothes hangers on the closet rod.
My files remained in the bottom of our hutch.
Since we will be moving soon and I might need to change everything, I would love to know how you keep everything organized.
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