Homeschool Room Tour

One of my favorite things about homeschooling is organizing all our resources and supplies. We have a den off of our foyer that wasn’t being used so I converted it to our homeschool room. It’s a fairly small room with no door, but it’s perfect for our needs.

When you first walk in there is a large wall full of beautiful Cavallini Papers from Two Hands Paperie. I made all 8 poster hangers for $20! I have a highlight saved on my Instagram stories called Poster Hangers if you want to check it out.

The desk and chair is from Target. The desktop organizer is from Hobby Lobby.

The 3-tiered cart is from Michael’s. I took the top tier off because I didn’t really need all 3 tiers and it was going to be too tall and cover the posters.

The top tier has 3 magazine holders from The Container Store. My daughters each have one with their math and language arts workbooks in them. I have one with my teachers manuals.

The bottom tier has our Juniper Grove travelers journals. My daughters have spelling, science, and nature journals. I love having them all together in a small space instead of a bunch of large notebooks.

The bamboo boxes are from Ikea and hold flash cards and notecards.

The bookcases are the Liatorp bookcases from Ikea. This year I tried to organize all of our resources by category. The bottom shelves hold all of our handicraft supplies.

The bottom shelf has a little drawer organizer that holds coloring books and paint stix. There is also a basket of yarn and two binders full of our nature resource printables.

The next shelf holds some wooden boxes full of embroidery floss and other embroidery supplies. The basket is from Hobby Lobby and full of embroidery projects and hoops. I can’t seem to find a link for it. The bamboo box holds other small handicrafts and supplies.

The small photo box is from The Container Store and holds needle felting supplies. The green box is from Target but is no longer sold. It holds felt sheets.

The books are the My Book House collection.

The next shelf has our nature guides, nature games, and a metal divided box from Col House Designs holds all of our wool roving.

The next shelf has some of our nature treasures. The box is from an old Melissa and Doug car container. The glass jar of rocks is from Amazon.

The books are the Golden Book Encyclopedia of Natural Science.

The top shelf has some chalkboards, nature books, and a puzzle.

The clock is from Target, but is no longer sold. My husband made the chalkboard. I actually had a large chalkboard I purchased from Hobby Lobby but it was too big for my space. So my husband cut it to fit and added new trim. The alphabet charts are from my Etsy shop.

Starting at the bottom of the bookcase I have a 3-tiered tray with cuisenaire rods, unit cube blocks, and pattern blocks.

The two drawer box is from The Container Store and holds my girls’ artwork they want to save.

The divided wooden box on top is from Hobby Lobby and holds wooden manipulatives.

The hundred frame board is from Treasures From Jennifer. And the multiplication/ division math family board is from Jack and Link.

The next shelf begins our math resources. We have a multiplication board from Jack and Link. Behind that is the Wonders of Numbers tray from Bless This Homeschool and the included number tiles are stored in a glass jar with bamboo lid from Amazon.

The wooden cubes and buttons go along with the board and are held in Oui yogurt jars we’ve saved. The wooden box they’re sitting on is actually the lid from the bamboo box holding our multiplication and division flash cards from Masterbooks.

The addition and subtraction flash cards are from My Father’s World and being held in small metal containers from Hobby Lobby.

The books are from the Golden Treasury of Knowledge collection.

The next shelf has a place value board and ten frame board from Treasures from Jennifer. As well as a number line from Bless This Homeschool. The small wooden and felt balls are being held in the cutest glass jars with a wooden lid and spoon from Hobby Lobby. The round basket behind it is from Target and holds larger felt balls.

The jars with bamboo lids are from Amazon. They hold all of the coins for the hundred frame board from Treasures From Jennifer. We have numbers, the alphabet, fractions, math symbols, and place value coins. The bamboo shelf they’re sitting on is also from Amazon.

The books are The Golden Library of Knowledge collection.

The next shelf holds our language arts resources. We have word builders and letter tiles, a Venn diagram, and parts of speech board all from Bless This Homeschool. The letter tiles are being held in a glass jar with a wooden lid from Target. The parts of speech tiles are in a Oui yogurt container and both are sitting on a small basket tray from Target. The one I have is no longer available but here is one from the same collection.

The shelf above has some Grapat mandala pieces from Linden Bee. The jars are from Amazon. Behind it is a wooden balance scale also from Amazon.

The book collection is The Golden Book Encyclopedia.

The top shelf has some chalkboards from Chalk Full of Design, our needle felted and clay solar systems, a microscope, and The How and Why Wonder collection of books.

The newest addition to our homeschool room is this vintage printers tray I found on Facebook Marketplace. It holds all of our nature treasures we’ve collected over the years.

My comfy chair is from Walmart. And I love having a place to sit while teaching my girls. The side table is from Target.

My husband built these white book ledges but Ikea sells some that are similar.

The cabinet is from my parents over 100 year old farmhouse. They had a whole room full of these cabinets. My mom remodeled the room, took some out, and gave me two of them. I refinished them and have two highlights on the process.

The cabinet mostly holds art supplies and some of the books we’ll be using with our curriculum this year.

The metal paper holders on the wall are from Meijer. I can’t seem to find a link for these. The seagrass magazine organizer is from Amazon and holds my girls binders for the year. This is where they will store their student sheets.

The top shelf holds a lot of our watercolor paints and supplies. The blank journals and various metal containers, buckets, and boxes are all from Hobby Lobby.

The seagrass baskets are from Pier 1 years ago, but I have a similar set linked in my Amazon shop.

The bottom shelf has a large wooden tool box with metal buckets holding paint sticks, colored pencils, dry erase markers, dotters, and markers.

We love the paint sticks and markers from The Pencil Grip! You can use my code GRACE10 for 10% off.

The small photo boxes are from The Container Store. They hold all of our nature resources cards divided by category.

The large file folder box is from The Container Store and holds all of the loose student sheets for my girls separated by week.

The seagrass basket holds our read alouds for the year along with some science/ nature books and our Exploring Nature With Children curriculum.

Scattered on the shelves are our history, art, and science books and our Bible we’ll be using for the year.

I’m pretty sure I’ve linked everything, but if there’s anything else you would like a link for, let me know!

14 thoughts on “Homeschool Room Tour

  1. Thank you so much for sharing…it’s always such an inspiration. I’ll definitely be using some of these links! I wanted ask about one thing that caught my eye in the video…the little wooden crosstitch pieces. My 6yo son would LOVE those! Where could I find them? Thanks! 😉

    1. I’m so glad you were able to get some inspiration! I found the wooden cross stitch pieces at Joann Fabrics and Hobby Lobby. I’ll be doing a handicrafts post soon and I’ll make sure to post links for them!

  2. Great post. So helpful and to the point. I love getting ideas from others. And thanks for the links!!

  3. I’ve always loved your room! It’s so neat and organized. I get frustrated because I feel we have too many arts and crafts and nature goodies. BUT after looking harder at all you have in your room, it makes me feel better! It inspires me that I can have all the fun school things. AND it look neat and tidy!

  4. Thank you so much for taking the time to do this post! It is SO incredibly helpful!! We school in the dining room, so I appreciate the help in making it both functional and look beautiful 💓.

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