15 Back To School DIY Homework Stations You Need To See


The new school year is officially here and this may not be the favorite time for your kids. But since it is a must and they will have to study and do their homework, you should provide them with a place where they can do this. You should make a homework station, where they can have all the school supplies organized. So, today, we would like to show you 15 Back To School DIY Homework Stations that you can get inspired from.

One such homework station is a must, so that kids can have their own place to work and get creative. They will have all the supplies and homework at one place, which will help them focus. And as you will be able to see there are versatile ways of making one such homework station. It will all depend on the space available as well as on your budget. The following homework stations are quite budget friendly and they can be made easily. Scroll down to see them and choose which one of them you will try to make. Enjoy!

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15 Back To School DIY Homework Stations

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freestanding homework station
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When making a homework station, you should first make an organizer for all those school supplies. You can make one out of mason jars, you can store them in some caddy, pencil cases etc. There could be also some chalkboard, so that the kids can practice on them or maybe simply write down their TO-DO list. All of the school supplies can be placed on some small table in the corner, or if you don’t have one you can use and IKEA RÅSKOG Cart for this purpose.

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And if you are living in a small apartment, then you probably don’t really have extra space for a bigger homework station. So, you should consider installing some space-saving desk, a hideaway desk. So, once your kids have finished their homework, they can close it up and no one will even notice that this is their homework station.

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These were the 15 Back to School DIY Homework Stations that we have chosen for you today and we hope that you liked them. Tell us in the comments which one of them you will try to make and also let us know if you would add anything else to your kid’s homework station. And of course, stay up to date with the content of Top Dreamer to find many other DIY projects that you can try to make.