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10 Must Have Back To School Organization Ideas

By: The Scrap Shoppe
July 20, 2016

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Don't worry, it's still summer. But before long it will be time to start thinking about sending the kids back to school. If you find that to be a hectic time, and what parent doesn't, then get a jump start on the school routine with some organization ideas that you can prep now to lessen the back to school stress. 



Supplies

Sometimes the best way to get work done is to get a change of scenery. Put together a caddy of school supplies that your child can carry around to do their homework so they can work from their bedroom, kitchen table, or even outside. Homework Caddy from Clean Mama


Painted notebook paper pencil pouch

Your child will never have their supplies mixed up with someone else's if they are in a personalized pencil pouch! Notebook Paper Pencil Pouch from The Scrap Shoppe


School lunch 
School supplies aren't the only things that need to be organized. Pack lunches with ease with a dedicated school lunch station. School Lunch Station from Uncommon Designs


School supply organizer 
School supplies can run out quick. Keep an extra stash in an organizer so supplies can easily be replenished. School Supply Organizer from A Bowl Full of Lemons


Back to school organization 
Sometimes the only way to keep up with your child's schedule is keeping a calendar. This wall calendar will allow you to plan months ahead. Organized Wall Calendar from Eleven Magnolia Lane


Book plate 
Everyone in class has the same textbook. Keep your child's book organized and personalized with printable bookplates. Bookplate Printables from I Heart Organizing


Mail sorter 
Letter organizers aren't just for the mail! Lots of paperwork comes home from school. Keep track of papers that need your attention, that have been read, and that need to be kept for future use. Letter Organizer from Teal Lime


Back to school chart

Keep the kids accountable for their own school routine with a checklist they can mark off each day. Back to School Chart from The 36th Avenue


School command center 
Sometimes a full on school command center is in order to keep up with schedules, homework, and paperwork. Dedicate a space in the home for just such an area. School Command Center from Better Homes & Gardens


Homework station 
A dedicated homework space can give a child a distration free space to get their work done. Homework Station from Clean & Scentsible

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Comments

I'm loving the letter organizer, I'll be able to see and arrange important school papers with out having them magneted to refrigerator. I'm also think the back to school chart is going to do the trick and help my 7 yr old remember to study and get her assignment's done without me on top of her for it. And I can use that for a chore check list for her too.

Michele

August 1, 2016

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