The days are getting shorter. The public school bus is passing by in the morning. I can feel the slightest hint of fall in the air.
That means it’s time to get ready for back-to-homeschool, y’all, and I am pumped to get started.
If you’re like me, August is the time when I scurry around trying to get all those plans I made in May organized.
I love getting organized for anything. Empty shelves and drawers spark my creativity and imagination. How will I fill them to make sure I have what I need where I need it? It’s heady stuff, my friends.
But you might not feel the way I do. Maybe you need help.
Getting help with homeschool organization
I’m fortunate enough to be taking part in an amazing blog party that totally has your back. 30 different homeschooling mamas are going to give your their best homeschool organization tips, covering everything from curriculum to classroom to small spaces.
I mean, this is the stuff.
Plus, there will be weekly challenges to help motivate you to put the tips into action. You can’t fail with this! And all you have to do is sign up to join the challenge. Easy peasy. Just scroll down and join me.
How I rock homeschool organization
My featured post for the party is 6 Homeschool Curriculum Organization Hacks. But I have to be honest with you, I’ll be moving these hacks to my dining room this year. Why?
My boys have outgrown my classroom. They’re both almost 6 feet tall. When we go into that classroom, lined with bookshelves and full of filing cabinets and desks, we run into each other.
So we made the decision to homeschool at the dining table from now on. The classroom is now basically storage. The wonderful thing is that all of my organization hacks can be moved to the dining room without much fuss. Go read the post, you’ll see what I’m talking about.
That means that you can use those hacks whether you have a classroom or you homeschool in another room in the house. How much does that rock?
Just don’t miss the stellar advice from all the other homeschooling mamas taking part. Get your organization on, my friends, and let’s have the best homeschool year ever!
Get your bad self organized!
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