Homeschool room ideas from a homeschool mom who has taught her children from the kitchen table and also in a set homeschool classroom.
We have lived in six different homes. We homeschooled in each one of those homes. And in each space we learned to adapt where we were learning as well as where we were storing our homeschool curriculum and supplies.
If you are looking for homeschool organization ideas and homeschool room ideas, you’ve come to the right place!
As a homeschool mom I love being able to see other how other homeschool families organize their spaces. Taking a little time to make an organized homeschool room (or space) always helps to get me off on the right foot for a new school year.
No you do not! You can homeschool your children from anywhere and in any size home. Having a homeschool classroom is definitely a wonderful thing, but you can absolutely homeschool your children without one.
DO I NEED A DESIGNATED ROOM FOR HOMESCHOOLING?
The key to homeschooling well from your kitchen table is to make sure that you have a designated storage space for your homeschool supplies.
HOMESCHOOLING FROM YOUR KITCHEN TABLE
If you have a small room, home office or a secluded area in your home, you could easily turn that into a homeschooling room. Again, having a designated homeschool room is not necessary. But it sure is nice to have everything set up permanently!
HOMESCHOOLING FROM A DESIGNATED HOMESCHOOL ROOM
Every homeschooling family is different, but I prefer to keep our homeschool curriculum divided into separate bins.
BEST TIPS FOR ORGANIZING HOMESCHOOL CURRICULUM
A kitchen table works wonderfully for homeschooling! But if you find yourself wanted a designated homeschool desk for your students, there are many different seating options. One school year I built a L shaped desk along the wall.
HOMESCHOOL DESK IDEAS