Get ready for busy back to school routines and add organization to the entryway, closet and study space! Make the transition back to school easier for the whole family with these 10 Helpful Back to School Organization Ideas.
Here’s a great way to organize the kiddo’s clothing for each day of the week! These chalkboard tags are easily slipped over a hanger so you can change them easily! Days of the Week Closet Organization from Uncommon Designs Online. Need to control all those school papers? Use this helpful School Paperwork Storage System from I Heart Organizing to file papers by school year from Pre-K to Grade 12. You can find free downloadable printables to create cover sheets for each file folder here too! Over the Door School Supply Storage from Simply Kierste: The back of a door is a great space to create storage using a hanging over the door shoe organizer. Those see- through pockets are the perfect size for storing pencil crayons, glue sticks and erasers. Kids Study Space Organizational Makeover from Setting for Four: Add pops of color to your kid’s study space with these inexpensive desk organizers. A magnetic dry-eraser board is a great place to jot down notes and reminders. Teach your kids how to reuse and recyle with this DIY Rainbow Crayon Organizer from SugarBee Crafts. Dress up plain tin food cans with colorful scrapbookpaper to match the color of crayons that they hold! So fun! This is such a clever and simple idea! Use a round tray and small storage containers to coral your kiddos school supplies: Tray Homework Station from Polka Dot Chair. Back to School Station from 36th Avenue: Use the side of your fridge to create this organized Back to School Zone. Magnets are attached to the backs of clipboards and school supplies so that they can hang on the side of the fridge all in one place! Mason jars coral pens and pencils on this pretty Cupcake Stand Organizer from Fun Home Things. This would look great in your kitchen and uses minimal room too! DIY Mod Podge Map Pen Holder from Setting for Four. Upcycle a plain can and personalize it with a monogram and map of where you child was born! This quick and easy Mod Podge craft uses Washi tape for an extra touch of color and pattern. Ikea Hack Kid’s Art Cart from Making Lemonade. This rolling IKEA cart is a great way to store art and school supplies and move it easily from room to room! How do you organize your home for back to school? I’d love to know what works best for you and your kiddos!