If you’re looking for ways to setup your home school room in a small home, you’ve come to the right place.
I have some great homeschool room decor ideas for
These ideas will help you decorate and create usable space in your homeschool room. This is a great way to give it a more professional feel, but still, make it feel like home!
Below you can see how other parents set up their homeschool stations or rooms, to make it work for their family.
I love how each room is a bit different, but you can see how it works perfectly.
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This is a great thing to do for storing any craft items, markers, crayons, etc. Doesn't take up a lot of room, but is very useful for homeschooling!
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If you can't designate a full room to your homeschool, try this homework station idea. It is really neat, gives your child space to work, and has all the items they may need at arms reach!
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Look at this really fun homeschool room setup. She uses a long table with benches as a working area for the children.
Then has a chalkboard on the wall with some filing cabinets in the corner. It is a very cozy and perfect setting for children!
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A murphy desk is a great option for limited space. It folds up when you are not using it, so you have free usable space. Then when you need it, fold it down!
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Here you see a full room of storage and areas for your child/children to work! I love all the decor on the walls, it truly feels like a very inviting learning environment.
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This is such a creative idea, for being able to take this anywhere you go. Say you want to teach outside for the day, just grab it and head outside!
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Need help figuring out a system to store curriculum, work sheets and more, check out this idea! She is one organized mama! Uses minimal space, and every item has a place where it belongs!
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Love her idea of using these storage bins to store curriculum, work books and more in. The shelving adds some great storage space to store any homeschool items you might have. Her room is so pretty and really works great at utilizing the space she has.
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This is a really great idea for making a divider for your children. This can help keep them engaged and not get distracted by each other! Very affordable idea.
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Here is a view at how this one shelf can hold all the essentials for homeschooling. She utilizes the space perfectly, and really works hard at making it practical! Then uses a table for a work area!
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Maybe you do your work at the kitchen table but need a place to store your homeschool items.
Consider doing a homeschool closet like this, a great way to use a little space to store your supplies and curriculum, out of sight!