The first day of school at our house this year was a little crazy. We had new carpet installed in our house the day before school started. This means everything in our house was packed up like we were going to move, but we didn’t actually go anywhere. Even though I planned ahead and tried to be organized, I still had a missing backpack and a lost shoe on the first day of school. Not a great start! Today, I am sharing ideas for back to school organization from my blogging friends.
Once school starts, the slow days of summer are over. The pace gets busy fast! You will have daily homework, sports practice, after school lessons and appointments, and more. It’s easy for busy moms to become disorganized. Here are some great ideas to help you stay organized this school year.
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Back to School Organization Ideas
Are your children’s backpacks always a mess? Papers lost, homework missing? Try these 5 Tips for an Organized Backpack by Smart Mom Smart Ideas.
Want to start the new school year right? Get organized Back to School Resolutions by Stephanie O’Dea.
Get your homework area organized with a homework station. Learn How to Make a Homework Station by Mom Confession.
Is your day too busy or you forget important dates and deadlines? Plan your day like a pro with these tips Planning Made Easy with a Day Timer by Organized Island.
Once school starts, the kids start bringing home papers every day! Don’t get overwhelmed with the paper, manage the paper with Taming the Paper Clutter Beast by The Professional Mom Project.
Organize your homework and school supplies with materials you already have at home. Try these tips for Free Back to School Organization by Organized 31.
Need help organizing your schedule and school resources? Check out these 5 Helpful Tips for Organizing School Papers and Schedules by The Holy Mess.
Here’s a unique idea for saving your kids artwork and papers, but not keeping the paper. Check out A New Way to Reduce Kids Paper Clutter And Still Keep Their Memories by What’s Up Fagan’s.
Interested in more great back to school tips? Check out the Complete Back to School Resources page.
Here’s to a great school year and success in your back to school organization.
What’s your best back to school organization tip? Share how you get organized for back to school in the comments.