10 Things You Can Buy on Amazon to Organize Your Homeschool Papers

Organize your homeschool papers with these genius bins, boxes, and storage solutions.

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One of the first things that I discovered when I started homeschooling was how much PAPER we used. While we do use digital resources, I've found that all our brains work better when we have printed materials to hold, write on, and read. 

Side note: having an Eco-tank printer and my own binding machine has been a game changer for our homeschool.

With all of these notebooks and papers comes an organizing challenge. Homeschool rooms can be messy, especially if you don’t have a system in place to keep things under control. Keeping your homeschool records, paperwork, and other homeschool supplies organized is necessary so that you know where everything is, and you don't end up printing more than you need because you can't find things.

For those of us who need to keep a homeschool portfolio, organizing records and completed work is even more crucial. If you don't have a system you will be scrambling at portfolio time, and you don't want to have to recreate an entire year's work. Keep things in a designated spot, along with using my reverse planner and journal, makes creating a homeschool portfolio easy.

So how do you create an organizing system that works for your homeschool? Head to Amazon! I'll show you my top 10 homeschool paper organizing finds and how you can use them to get organized today.

10 Things You Can Buy on Amazon to Organize Your Homeschool Papers

These plastic document boxes are a colorful way for you to keep your homeschool paperwork organized and will also brighten up your homeschool space.

Best for: saving odd sized or bulky projects, storing notebooks or workbooks by theme, individual student work

This wall organizer will allow you to hang your homeschool papers on the back of a door so that you can save some space.

Best for: organizing work to be done by day or subject

Keep your paperwork tidy and organized with this collapsible file cabinet that works with hanging file folders.

Best for: long term storage of completed work, records filed by month, year, or student

Portable and expandable, this file organizer will allow you to organize your paperwork in a nice and tidy way.

Best for: organizing work or files by month, long term storage

Not only will this storage case work for a variety of different homeschool products, but the dividers will allow you to separate necessary paperwork from the rest of the supplies.

Best for: smaller projects, flash cards, index cards, photos, cds/DVDs

With this this rolling cart, you can easily keep all of your homeschool papers organized and safe.

Best for: portable storage, craft supplies, notebooks, workbooks

If you like keeping your paperwork tidy and in a reachable spot, this stacking file organizer is a great way to do so.

Best for: expandable storage, multiple students or subjects

This organizer bag is a great way to store your homeschool paperwork. It is easy to put away, fireproof, and waterproof.

Best for: road schooling, taking supplies on field trips, outdoor co-ops, or important records that need to be kept permanently

This paper storage box is made from wood and can easily keep your paperwork organized. You can also set it up to keep construction paper nice and tidy.

Best for: blank paper for art projects

A simple paper organizer that you can place on your desk, this letter tray organizer can be used to keep your work area neat.

Best for: teaching materials, planners, curriculum binders

Want more homeschool ideas? Head to the shop to find planners, journals, and more!

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