These Amazon classroom must haves for organizing are perfect for setting up your homeschool room.
For so long we were so unorganized because I had no idea what I was doing. It wasn’t until I started reading Jennifer Holt’s blog, The Happy Teacher Momma, that I realized I needed to make some changes.
If you haven’t checked it out, do it! She goes over so many different topics when it comes to homeschooling and you can learn a lot. Start with her parenting section and go from there.
This nifty little desk storage center will help you keep your pens, pencils, and other classroom supplies organized. The organizer is carousel-style and comes with eight removable containers. Each storage container is sized for glue sticks, colored pencils, and more.
The compartments sit on a circular tray and are removable. This will make it easy for kids to easily grab and go with whatever supplies they need.
You can also make a DIY homework caddy with just a few supplies.
Having a laminator in your homeschool room can be extremely helpful. This is one of the first things I wish I would have purchased simply because it can be so helpful.
You can use it to laminate different homeschool education resources so that the kids can write on them or refer back to them when needed. Laminating the items will also help keep them in good shape so you can use them over and over.
We even use a laminator on our printables so that we can use them each year. It’s extremely helpful, especially with the bingo games.
The reason I love these organizers is that they are stackable and that means it can be a huge space saver. It has 5 tiers to it and will hold regular size 8.5×11 inch paper. Kids can easily put their completed assignments and paperwork in it without it being scattered around.
To save even more space, they do make door organizers that hang on your wall or door. I prefer the stackable ones because it is easier for kids to place their papers in.
Labels are a wonderful thing because they can help kids figure out where to put things. It helps them organize their pens, pencils, and other school supplies. You can use the labels on storage bins, drawers, and containers.
This is by far my favorite homeschool planner. There are loads of different planners out there but I like this one because it is simple and easy to use. It also has a few reference pages in the back that kids can go to if they get stuck on a few things.
Pages in the back include a map, math facts, internet safety tips, and so much more. When the kids were younger, I would fill it out for myself to keep on track of our homeschool schedule. Now that they are older, they can use it to keep track of what they have done and the schedule for the week or month.
I love using binders because I can easily add finished assignments to them to keep them organized. We also use them to keep our printed resources or curriculum in.
This is my list of Amazon classroom must haves for homeschool organization supplies so far. I’m slowly adding to list but these are my top homeschool supplies I think every homeschool family needs.
Do you have a product you recommend? I’d love to check it out if you do!