DIY Personalized Homework Station

This DIY Personalized Homework Station is a useful project that teens or tweens can customize to enhance their work space for back-to-school! There is plenty of room for memos and important notes. My daughter loves this personalized workstation using Fujifilm INSTAX photos to display fun memories! The chalkboard surface is perfect for jotting down assignments or upcoming due dates. There is plenty of room for memo pads and sticky notes too! I love how this homework station fosters organization skills and inspires lots of focused concentration! DIY Personalized Homework Station

To make a personalized homework station of your own, you will need:

  • Chalkboard Paper
  • Tri Fold Foam Display Board (cut into half, so each board will make two homework stations)
  • Small Photos — We LOVE the look of the Fujifilm INSTAX photos for this project!!
  • Binder Clips
  • Twine or String
  • Clothespins
  • Glue
  • Memo Pads or Sticky Notes
  • Colored Masking Tape
  • Stickers (optional)

DIY Personalized Homework Station

Once the tri-fold foam display board is cut into half, cover the center wall with chalkboard paper and secure with coloring masking tape to hold into place. We used some patterned wrapping paper to create a pocket for tucking in notes or other papers. Use glue to attach a variety of memo pads or sticky note pads to the sides of the homework station. At the top of the center wall, attach binder clips and tie string or twine to create a photo wire. Use clothespins to clip your favorite Fujifilm Instax photos to the string! We love the Fujifilm INSTAX Mini 70 for capturing sweet snapshots that can create a personalized display almost instantly. Plus, it is super cute and very easy to use! The Fujifilm INSTAX Mini 70 is the step-up model to the Mini 8 and offers a more advanced feature set, including: an updated camera design, improved picture quality (especially in dark scenes), a new selfie mode (with selfie mirror), and a tripod socket. It is perfect for creating instant photos anywhere and any time!

DIY Personalized Homework Station

When the homework station is not in use, it folds flat for easy storage. With just a few more supplies (pencils, pens, scissors), my daughter has everything she needs to complete her homework within reach. Plus, she can proudly display her favorite Fujifilm INSTAX photos quickly and easily to make this workspace her very own customized creation!

DIY Personalized Homework Station

 

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Comments

  1. Mami2jcn says:

    We keep a quiet environment and my kids have separate rooms to do their work in.

  2. Mami2jcn says:

    tweet–https://twitter.com/mami2jcn/status/760946306953121792

  3. I help my kids concentrate my keeping the tv off and having them do their work in a quiet place.

  4. Julie Wood says:

    I help them concentrate by making sure to have the tv, cell phones off and have a quiet room where they can study and learn.

  5. Julie Wood says:

    tweet-https://twitter.com/JewelWood/status/760963037385723904

  6. by having tv off and keeping the house quiet

  7. tweet-https://twitter.com/ElenaIstomina/status/760963991220826112

  8. Cheryl B says:

    We turn off any tv’s, radios, cell phones etc. This helps with distractions.

  9. Cheryl B says:
  10. Jessica To says:

    I try to keep the distractions at a minimum during homework time.

  11. Our kids need a snack before they are able to fully concentrate. Then, they are able to focus when there is quiet and they are not sitting too close together. : 0 )

  12. Make sure to limit the amount of TV/Computer time.

  13. Jessie C. says:

    We have a study routine for kids – same hours, quiet environment, no TV/tablets/phones.
    tcarolinep at gmail dot com

  14. Jessie C. says:

    tweet-https://twitter.com/tcarolinep/status/761027723632398341

  15. Steve Weber says:

    I help them by answering any questions they have as well as set a strict routine

    groogruxking40 @ gmail dot com

  16. I help them concentrate by setting aside “homework” time and turning cell phones off at that time.

  17. I help them concentrate by keeping the tv off and cell phones off.

  18. I help my son concentrate for school by providing a quite environment for studying and making sure he has healthy snacks for energy.

  19. Susan Smith says:

    I help them concentrate by making sure to have the TV, electronic games, cell phones off and have a quiet room where they can study.

  20. Susan Smith says:
  21. Erica Best says:

    quiet place to study and do homework

  22. Erica Best says:
  23. We try to keep it quiet and electronic free.

  24. Allison Swain says:

    We turn off electronics and phones so there aren’t any distractions! Thanks for the nice giveaway 🙂

    allisonrsdswain(AT)gmail(DOT)com

  25. Allison Swain says:
  26. Anastasia Falling says:

    this is so cute!! Love it!!! I try to limit distractions as much as possible for the kids. Giving them a quiet place to work, with all the resources I can! 🙂

  27. We stress the importance of studying and reading extra books to help them excel in school.
    westiemks5 at yahoo dot com

  28. They have their own rooms and I just help them to keep focused for school work by monitoring electronics, TV, music, etc.
    jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

  29. twet-https://twitter.com/LuLu_Brown24/status/781786925954764800
    jslbrown2009 at aol dot com

  30. I think limiting the distractions is key to helping concentration, whether it’s for kids and their schoolwork or me reading a book. The TV is probably the biggest distraction, so that has to be turned off, and it helps to make sure the lighting is good, too–can’t concentrate if you can’t see what you’re doing.

  31. Here’s my tweet about your clever DIY homework station and the Fujifilm giveaway:
    https://twitter.com/NotherAnneOther/status/782247499562119168
    Thank you!

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