Week 1: 8 Ways to a More Organized Homeschool Carnival

Welcome to the first week of our 8 Ways to a More Organized Homeschool Carnival. Remember, anyone can submit! We welcome posts, old and new. Everyone who submits a post will be entered for a chance to win an amazing prize package, currently valued at over $100! Week #1 is all about organizing your physical space.¬† So if you need help cutting clutter, discovering new ways to store books and supplies, and more…you’ve come to the right place!

Brenda Sain from The Ties that Bind Us shares how she organizes all her homeschool books in her post Are you a Crazy Book Lovin’ Mama?.

‘The Crazy Mom’ at Ramblings from the Crazy House writes about finding more storage space in your home.

Misty from The Basics of Life shares her best clutter solutions for paper, recycling, books, magazines, and toys.

Nikki Hinkle from Angels of Heart provides organizational tips to help your school run more smoothly.

Tammy from Garden Glimpses shares the design and system that works for her family in her post Everything in its Place.

Robin Sampson from Heart of Wisdom shows us how she organizes the bookshelves with canvas containers and crates.

Nikowa from Knowledge House Academy gives tips on how to organize computer files and clear up harddrive space in Organize Your Life Online.

Kristen from A Day in the Life gives advice on organizing homeschool supplies.

Molly Green from Econobusters shares some ideas for taming the book monster in our homes.

Marybeth Whalen from Cheaper By The Half Dozen shares some of her organizational methods for moving into a new house in her post Things That Make Me Smile.

Lynn from Learning By Living inspires us with pictures of her very organized schoolroom.

Lisa from Stretch Mark Mama shares a portable storage method for those who school all over the house.

Julie from Octamom encourages us on how to adjust to not-so-ideal or temporary homeschool rooms.

Karen from Candid Diversions shares her tried-and-true tips for conquering clutter.

Tammy from Three Different Directions give us her top three ‘clean sweep’ tips.

From dining room tables to couches to desks, would you like to see some more pictures of where homeschoolers do “school”?

Amy from Milk and Cookies

Amy from In Pursuit of Proverbs 31

Lisa from Pockets of Time

Liz from Little Hearts, Little Minds

TeacherMom from Tolle Lege Academy

Kathy from My Quivers Full

Elena from My Domestic Church

Cheryl from Homeschool Journey

Lorraine  from Aprendemos Academy

Don’t forget to send us your submissions for next week’s carnival, organize your morning: morning routine, time with God, chores, breakfast, getting off to a good start, etc. Due by 3/11, posted 3/13.

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