ABC and 123: A Learning Collaborative: How to Set Up a Homework Center

Thursday, August 26, 2010

How to Set Up a Homework Center

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It's that time of year again. Time to think about routines, procedures, and homework. Today's post suggests several tips for putting together an effective homework station.

Roots and Wings Co. put together an adorable homemade homework caddy.
This article from Microsoft explains the hows and why of putting together a motivational homework center for your students.
Raising Tomorrow's Men used a tip from Family Fun to put together personalized homework centers for her young men.
The Suburban Jungle suggests saving money by building your own built in homework station with simple furniture pieces.
You will be interested in checking out what B3 Designs made out of this piece of recycled cardboard to organize homework supplis.
Pigs Do Fly also altered the homework station found in Family Fun to fit her child's needs.

We Are That Family made a simple and efficient homework center.

This printable writing checklist from Homework Helper would be a useful document to keep in your child's homework center.


  1. I love those mini offices! I have to try those.

  2. Thanks for linking to my homework station! Now that I have 3 kids with homework we've had to expand to a whole corner. We still use the station for supplies, but there is just so much more needed now! Phew!