Setting up a Kid’s Homework Station

September 30, 2021 0 By EngineerMommy

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Now that the school year is in full swing, setting up a little homework station is an easy way to encourage good habits. It doesn’t take a whole lot of supplies or a ton of time to set up the kids for success. Here are the essentials for a DIY Kid’s Homework Station.

  1. Desk: What homework station is complete without a dedicated surface to write out problems? Ideally a child will have a desk just for homework, but if that’s not possible, the dining room table or breakfast bar could work too. Check out these cute desks perfect for kids:
  2. Computer: Even my 2nd grader needed access to a Chromebook. Kids nowadays start using computers for schoolwork very early on, so make sure there’s an available machine for the child. An iPad might even suffice in some cases.
  3. Stationery: This is where all the pens, pencils, markers, colored pencils, scissors, tape, glue, etc. come in. Make sure you have a way to keep all these various items neat and tidy. This stationery set might not have everything on your child’s school supplies list, but it’s an adorable start.
  4. Organization: Keeping everything neat and tidy is the next order of business. There are so many cute organizational items from Amazon that can help corral all the stationery supplies in order. Here are a few of my favorites:






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