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I am not trying to brag when I share with you my storage solutions for all things homeschool related, but rather I am sharing with you what works for me.
First off you should know that we live in a small house, so getting creative with our storage is vital, and because we do not yet own our house permanent solutions are not helpful.
In the past eight years of homeschooling I have used bins, buckets, shelves, and stacks. However the one item that has transitioned with our ever changing lives has been the old turn about caddy from Pampered Chef. I love that it can hold our pens, pencils, markers, scissors, and more all in one place. If we end up doing school on the table it sits there, if we do school on the couch it moves to the coffee table, and on beautiful days we can take it outside while we work in the sun.
For our endless supply of books I use the stand by of a good bookcase, or perhaps more then one, but for the specific school books for each child and myself I rely on Thirty-One totes. I have so many bags and totes! Bags for library books, for tutor supplies, for bible study resources and anything I need right by me is stored in a bag or tote.
I do hope that one day I won’t feel like I am being swallowed up by bags and totes and I’ll live in a permanent place where I can put permanent solutions in to keep all our school supplies organized but for now I am content.