Top 3 Homework Station Ideas to Keep Your Kids Organized

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School is right around the corner and with homework following closely behind, a space for your kids to get it all done is a must. From summer to the start of the school year, create a homework space that will grow with your kids. With these top three homework station ideas, you’ll have your kids ready to launch into the new school year in no time!

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1. Hang Tools to Help Your Kids Stay Organized

Use to hang corkboards, calendars, and even whiteboards. This will keep schedules and due dates all in one place helping to remind them of upcoming projects and important notes! As a damage-free option, the VELCRO® Brand HANGables™ Removable Wall Fasteners are the perfect solution for constantly evolving homework stations – without the commitment to nails or screws! Changing up your space doesn’t have to mean you have to damage to your walls.

Hang tools to help your kids stay organized

2. Mount School Supplies to the Wall

Organization is key to create a productive space and VELCRO® Brand Sticky Back Fasteners are a great way to make it easy for the kids to reach their school supplies easily –plus mounting the supplies to the wall makes for fast cleanup!

Mount School Supplies to the wall

3. Cord Organization Is a Must

With so many electronics – tablets, computers, phone charging cords, and even lamp cords, it’s important to rid your space free from the cord tangles! Use VELCRO® Brand ONE-WRAP® Ties to keep them neat and tidy.

Cord Organization Is A Must- ONE

Using our VELCRO® Brand Industrial Strength Fasteners, you can also adhere powerstrips to the bottom of your desk – helping clear wire clutter away from your feet and out of sight!

 

Make the perfect space for your kids with these VELCRO® Brand homework station ideas! Try out these other tips for size and don’t forget to tag us on social at @VELCROBrand.

 

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