I can’t believe how fast Summer came and how quickly it is coming to an end.

My kids are back to school on August 14th… 

That is just around the corner!

{ yes I am freaking out a little bit }

So as you can guess back to school days are back on my mind.

Today I am sharing 10 of the best Back to School Ideas that I have found around.

 

Zippered Pencil and School Supplies Case at Sew 4 Home.

I love this case for kids and teachers.

The pocket for the phone is a plus and the tutorial is simply awesome!

 

DIY back to school desk organizer at Mod Podge Rocks

This projects is awesome since this desk organizer is made from cereal boxes and toilet paper rolls.

You can find the step by step tutorial here.

 

Mason Jar Caddies at Shaken Together.

This is a perfect small supply station to keep organized during back to school days.

It would also make a great teacher’s gift!

 

Portable First-aid kit at Positively Splendid

I love this idea also for a hygiene kit for girls. Fantastic tutorial here.

 

Chalkboard Lunch Boxes at Dukes and Duchesses

What a great idea to leave sweet messages to the kiddos. I love this so much!

More about this project here.

 

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Back to school name t-shirt at The 36th Avenue.

This is an easy back to school stenciled t-shirt.

Kids love that their teachers know their names right away!

You can find the tutorial here.

 

School supplies organizer  by eighteen 25 via Simply Kierste.

I love the free tag printables!

How to cut hair at Crafting cousins

This is a great tutorial that will save you a good amount of money during the school year.

 

Here are three more of our own.

Dry Erase Back to School Charts at The 36th Avenue

I can speak by experience since we use these back to school charts every year in our own home.

These charts are easy to put together and they will save you so much time and work while

the kiddos learn responsibility and how working hard is rewarding.

You can find the step by step tutorial here.

 

Back to school station at The 36th Avenue

OK, I have four kiddos so to keep homework time organized is a big part of my own sanity.

Last year I put together this magnetic homework station and it made all of the difference.

You can find the supplies and how to get organized for homework here.

 

…and you can find here how to make the magnetic calendar.

This is perfect for the side of your fridge.

 

So there you have them 10 diy back to school projects to help us cope with the crazy busy days ahead.

I hope you are having a great Summer and wish you all a wonderful week.

 

Besos

Desiree