It's so important for a child to have their own space to work and be creative.  These creative Homework Stations will help your child successfully complete all of their homework!  Here are 13 homework organization stations that will inspire you to get organized that you can create for your own home!

DIY Creative Homework Stations {organize}

Homework Station

Back to School Homework Station

1.  Back to School Homework Station ~ Whether you are a homeschooler or just need a structured place for the kids to sit and do their homework.  Daily supplies are kept together in a carousel for easy organization and access. 2.  DIY Homework Station ~ This transformation from living room to homework desk is pretty amazing.  Looking at the before and after you would never guess that this was the same room. DIY Homework Station 3.  Boys Room Art/Homework Station ~ This boys art/homework station is super cool!  If it's designed and decorated in their style they're more likely to spend more time doing homework.  Hanging baskets, paper covered cans and chalkboards are some of the elements to help your child stay organized. Homework Station 4.  Chalkboard Desk Station ~ Create a homework station with a chalkboard and industrial pendant light covers.  Don't they look fab in chalkboard paint?  Use the chalkboard as a countdown to school or homework assignments. 5.  Back to School Station ~ Can you believe ‘back to school’ is already here?  Seriously!  This tutorial will help you get prepared and ready for the new school year.  This station is perfectly located on the refrigerator because like most mom’s, homework is done in the kitchen.  There’s a functional calendar, homework clipboards and all of the supplies needed for homework.

Homework Station

6.  Kids Activity Station ~ I adore this kids activity station using a re-purposed crib!  There's a hanging white board, a chalk board table, a drying rack for paintings, and organization buckets and such.  Fantastic!

DIY Desk

7.  A Desk Built for Two {how to} ~  A brilliant how to on building a desk for two people to work.  Most of us have multiple people using the same computer and the same workspace.  Why not divide it up so that everyone has there own personal space?  Use furniture you already have and create a unique desk for your family.

Get Organized

Homework Station Organization 8. DIY Desk Organization ~ Upcycle empty cereal boxes and paper rolls into a useful desk organization.  You can decorate them with scrapbook paper, paint and mod podge.

Homework Station Organization

9.  Back to School Ruler Crate ~ Mason jars are perfect for organizing and storing school supplies!  And, how adorable are they in this homemade ruler crate? DIY Homework Station 10.  Portable Homework Station ~ This portable homework station is perfect if your child doesn't always sit at the same place to do homework.  It's small and compact and great for traveling to grandma's, day care, or even a different room in the house.  The best part, all of the supplies are organized and in one box. School Supplies DIY 11.  Seat Sacks For Kids ~ These seat sacks are perfect to help keep your kiddos organized. Great for school supplies, craft supplies or anything else your kids love to keep handy but you need put away! {wink} All you’ll need is your sewing machine, fabric and ribbon.

Homemade School Supplies

12.  School Binder Printable {Back to School} ~ If you have school aged children, check out this post with a fabulous back to school binder! Great to create as a piece of memorabilia that will also keep your kids organized! All you need to do is print and grab a binder! DIY Organization 13.  School and Craft Supplies Organizer {Homeschool Organization} ~ Whether you are a homeschooler or not, you probably have a ton of craft and school supplies that need a consistent home! This is a great idea to create a spot for everything, an over the door shoe organizer. An inexpensive solution that will work wonders in organizing your space!

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