Back to School Organization To Make Heading Back To School A Breeze

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The perfectionist in me loves to get stuff all planned out, organized, and ready for back to school. Summer goes by so fast and before you know it you will be on the hunt for back to school organization ideas to make heading back to school a smooth transition. These tips can work for homeschool and public school kids.  I have it all daily charts, a back to school calendar, and so much more. Get your home and kids ready for heading back to school. I even have how to create a homework station for your child to sit down and finish up any school work they came home with. Plus check out these fun back to school photo ideas for the first day of school.

It seems like summer flies by, which I get because you always have tons of fun! I also like to plan ahead and get things ready before the school bell rings. We go over our schedule, work at getting kids adjusted to going to bed earlier and waking up earlier so that when the school year begins we don’t feel like chaos has hit our home.

Back to School Organization, Any Perfectionist Will Love

This lunchbox checklist is great for older kids who are learning how to pack their own lunch. They can refer to this free printable to ensure they have all items needed for their lunch.

Check out this kid’s daily routine checklist. There is a morning, after school and bedtime routine printable you can use. This is great to have to help keep your child accountable for the task they need to complete each day.

Back to School Organization - Homework Station - Moms ConfessionLearn how to make a homework station that is functional and will be very useful for your child. They can sit down in a designated area and have to tools they need to focus on tackling their work.

If your teen is heading off to college you might like to get ahead of the game with this basic college supply list. You can purchase some of the basic items they will need for college.

Back to School Organization- Morning Routine Printable- Organized 31

Print out this free morning routine printable. Ensure that your child has brushed their teeth, eaten breakfast, got dressed and brushed hair, etc. This printable helps keep them aware of all the tasks they need to tackle before they are ready.

Here is a great article for a back to school outfit capsule to help you learn to buy staple items to mix and match items. This is for girls, but you can get inspiration for a boys wardrobe as well.

Check out this boys teenage back to school outfit capsule as well. Another great one to find staple clothes to use for a handful of outfits, so you don’t spend as much.

Back to School Organization - School Planning Kit - Saving Dollars and Sense

I love this printable school planning set, it has it all. School planner, homework chart, school schedule, and so much more. Great way to have a bunch of sheets to keep track of it all.

Learn how to organize papers your child brings home from school so you can easily keep it in place and have a way to look back as the years pass.

Back to School Organizing - Teaching Teens to Study-The Organised Housewife

Tips for helping your teen to hit the books and study and tackle their homework without fussing so much. Love the great tips they share in this article.

I love this easy homework bin. Pack up all the items your kiddo might need while doing homework and you can easily pick it up and move from room to room! Great for homes with minimal space.

Or you might like this mementos keeper to keep track of special pictures your child draws, school work and more. You can flip through it like a photo album. You can do one file keeper for each school year.

Back to School Organization To Make Heading Back To School A Breeze

What is one way you stay organized for back to school?

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Back to School Organization To Make Heading Back To School A Breeze

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