How To Get Your Home Back-to-School Ready

As summer comes to a close, it is time for the kids to go back to school. It is a time of year both children and parents dread.

However, you can set your kids up for a successful school year by organizing your home efficiently before the first day of school begins.

Create Study Spaces

Your kids will have a lot of homework in the upcoming school year. You want to make sure your kids have a quiet, production area in the home to do this work. You can add a desk in your child’s bedroom or a designated study room.

For households with less space, you could decide to make the dinner table the designated homework zone. After dinner, your kids can set up shop at the table and get all of their work done. Plus, they will be out in the open, so you can keep an eye on them to make sure they are actually working.

homework station

Organize Kids’ Closet Space

It may be too much to ask for a completely clutter-free bedroom. However, you can at least organize a few areas.

Go through the room with your children to decide what can stay and what can be donated. Before the school year starts, you can have your kids try on all their clothes to see if anything no longer fits.

If you need extra space, then you should acquire some extra containers to store clothing until the right time of year.

kids closet

Organize School Supplies

You need to keep track of pens, paper, crayons, rulers, scissors and other supplies your kids may need to use for homework assignments.

You should have a drawer somewhere that contains these essential supplies.

You can use jars and silverware holders to hang onto all of this equipment so that you do not have to spend an hour in the evening searching for a certain crayon.

school supplies organizer

Develop a Communications Center

There should be an area of your home where people in the family can communicate with one another. Your child can write down when big assignments are due.

A simple calendar can do the trick, but you may also want to set up a bulletin board or a chalkboard. This is also a good way to keep track of big family events you have coming up. That way you do not accidentally book yourself twice on the same day.

daily routines

All of these simple updates and changes are fairly easy to carry out.

You do not have to undergo extensive kitchen design to make room for any after or before school activities and make space for your kids even in the smallest kitchen spaces. All of these home updates are easy to undertake on your own, so you don’t need to involve your significant other, search for your power tools or ask yourself, “Which interior designers near me can help?”

Make sure that throughout the changes you are introducing, you speak to your kids and find out that the solutions work for them and that they find the environment relaxing and can focus well.

Now all that’s left to do is to await the first day of school with excitement – for your that the kids leave the house and for the kids that they finally see their old friends!

Julie Higgins
Julie is a Staff Writer at She has been working in publishing houses before joining the editorial team at momooze. Julie's love and passion are topics around beauty, lifestyle, hair and nails.

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