Creative Homework Station Ideas for Kids

Create a dedicated homework space or station for the kids with these simple and inspiring design ideas. A special study space unique to them, with all the tools and supplies they need can make homework more fun and help motivate your child to get homework done!

DIY Homework Study Station
If you can't have a designated spot in your house for a homework station, this study station can make anywhere the perfect quiet corner to work. This station folds up easily and can be placed anywhere. Make this a fun project for kids and let them decorate their own! We like that homework assignments and checklists can be clipped on the board. Each station provides privacy so kids can focus. Get idea from Mom Advice.

Homework Station
This easy to put together homework station includes all of the back-to-school essentials. By putting to-do lists, calendars, and supplies on a magnetic board, it’s easy to keep track of everything at once. This helps prevents counters in your kitchen from becoming cluttered with papers. We like the reusable Chores charts, personalized for each child. Get idea from The 36th Avenue.

Homework Organization
Organizing a space for your kids can also be as simple as placing a small shelf with the essentials for homework next to a desk or table, or organizing a storage area. This makes it easy to find whatever is needed for the homework or projects your kids will be working on throughout the year, and gives them a familiar spot to work. This idea is simple and budget-friendly. Get idea from Centsational Girl.

Homework Station/Playroom
This school room also doubles as a playroom. This room has everything kids need to focus on school work, and educational posters and artwork make the room fun. Bins keep the room organized. Get idea from Giggles, Wiggles and Wonder.

Boy's Homework and Art Station
Rather than keeping art and school supplies hidden in cluttered drawers, keeping them organized in the open is a great option. This makes them easy to find in no time. There's also a shelving unit for collectables. Get idea from The Crafted Sparrow.

Ikea Rolling Cart Homework Station
A rolling cart is a perfect homework station that makes it really easy to get homework done anywhere in your home. Organize all the essentials in the cart shelves and go. Kids might even have fun rolling this cart to wherever they may want to do their homework that day. Get idea from Smashed Peas and Carrots. The RÅSKOG Utility cart is available here.

Functional DYI Homework Station
This very simple yet functional space shows that you don't have to spend a ton to make things work. The shelving unit stores books and baskets keep all your school supplies in one spot. Get idea from Young House Love.

Multiple Kids Stations
Personalized workstations are ideal for a distraction-free zone when you have multiple kids. Set up one long desktop (or line multiple desks in a row), and separate the stations with shelving, individual supply bins and bulletin boards. Eveyone stays in their own lane! Get idea from Right Where We Are.

Multiple Kids Stations
Another great option if you have 3 kids. This beautiful bright white homework area at the top of the stairs is a great use of space! Get idea from Decor Pad.

Family Workspace
This family-friendly workspace helps busy families transform “work time” into family time. By sharing a workspace with the kids, parents can stay on top of their own to-do list while being available to help or support the kids. Get idea from Be True Baby.

More Design Ideas
A desk within a shelving unit gives you all the storage you need for school supplies, and makes for a very practical space. Get more tips and design ideas to designing a study space for your children from Crate and Barrel.

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