You and your kids will both benefit from these helpful hacks.
Teaching your kids — let alone trying to keep them happy, healthy, and entertained during a health crisis — is hard enough. Trying to teach them in the same space your family uses to play, work, gather, and unwind may feel next to impossible. But due to the ongoing health crisis, many families across the country are trying to make it work: Some are forming homeschooling pods, others are going solo, and many are still undecided about which route they should take. Since home schooling for the next academic year (or at least, part of it) is the new reality, make it more manageable for you and your kids with these homeschool organization ideas. Take it from parents who've done it themselves to find the best ways to create class schedules, keep your kid's workspace clutter-free, and organize assignments.
Creating a healthy learning environment for your kids doesn't mean that you'll have to live with books, supplies, and papers scattered all over your house for the next year, though. Avoid the clutter (and chaos) by putting these space-saving hacks to work before the school year starts.