It would be great if we all had a huge space to for kids to do their homework after school.
But often, bedrooms have too many distractions, playrooms are noisy and homework ends up being done at the kitchen table.
Thankfully some creative moms have come up with some small or portable ways to create a homework station wherever you have the space:
DIY Seat Sacks
Scissors & Spatulas
These easy to make cute little sacks hang on the back of a chair to keep papers from cluttering up the table.
Over the Door Organizer
A Bowl Full Of Lemons
Put those doors to work & keep homework and craft supplies in over the door organizers.
Portable Homework StationFirst Home Love Life
Create one of these homework stations for each child and stack them up!
Rustic Wood Homework Station
Love Grows Wild
This cute little homework station is sturdy and easy to move from place to place and fits in nicely with a rustic decor.
DIY Mail/Homework OrganizerNoodlehead
This was originally made to be a mail organizer but we love it for storing school forms, homework and other important school related stuff.
Flip Down Desk
Found on Ana White
Chalkboard by day, desk by homework time. This chalkboard cleverly conceals a flip down desk.
Vintage Library Cart Homework Station
4 Men 1 Lady
This clever little work station now has me scouring the interwebs for a metal library cart. This cute vintage inspired work station is color coded for each kid.
Homework Study Station
I could have used this growing up! For the easily distracted kid (or ones who just can’t resist reaching over and poking their brother in the face) this study station keeps the focus on homework and can be folded up and put away when the work is done.
Lazy Susan Work Station
Home Stories A to Z
I’ve seen lazy susans used to store school and craft supplies before but what’s kinda genius about this one is the clever use of magnets so you can still take your jar without having to worry about the buckets flying off. Smart move, mom!
Laundry Room / Homework Station
Teal and Lime
Who says homework or crafts should be done on in a bedroom or an office?
Borrow some space from an unlikely place, like an over sized laundry room for example.
Have any great ideas on how to maximize a small space during homework time?
Any great organization tips? Tell us in the comments below!