Printable Homeschool SIGNS & BINDER COVERS for Reading & Writing Content Areas (PDFs included)

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Today’s post is stemming from my previous post about Creating Space and Time for Homeschooling. In this post, I outlined different ways to create nooks and corners for various content areas throughout the home, as well as encouraged Homeschool families to designate these spaces with a sign or simple decoration to help give your kid(s) some grounding to their school days. To help you out and expedite that goal (hey, that’s what I’m here for), I have been creating content area signs and binder covers for all of the school areas and subjects that I outlined previously.

Over the next week, I will be sharing ALL of these content area printables with you . . . all free and ready to go! Be sure to subscribe below so you don’t miss out!

About these Signs & Binder Covers

*Various names & illustration choices for each content area & Homeschool Space for lots of make-it-your-own options!

*Vintage illustrations to celebrate artistry and heritage

*Completely customizable; print on any color cardstock you wish, or print on white or ivory woven cardstock and allow your child to color or paint each for a homespun, creative Homeschool look.

First up for today? READING & WRITING!


~Cozy Corner, Reading Corner, or Reading Nook~

Signs for your Reading Nook!

Binder Covers for Reading Notebooks!


~Write Away, Writing, Handwriting~

Signs for your desks or Writing Area!

Binder Covers for Writing!

If you enjoy these printables, please leave me a like or comment below!

Thanks for reading!

Love, ~Our Holistic Homeschool~

5 Replies to “Printable Homeschool SIGNS & BINDER COVERS for Reading & Writing Content Areas (PDFs included)”

  1. These printables were so awesome, thank you! Love seeing what you have been up too!
    These took some work!
    Just got myself into two more large projects, sigh! Working like crazy, but couldn’t wait to explore your blog.
    Thanks for all the hard work you do! I love your classic style. So cool!

    P.S. we did the felt project, only we got the felt from the dollar tree. I know it’s not the good stuff, but with everyone wanting a try, I’m kind of glad I did. If I could post a picture, I would, you’d laugh.
    Since we don’t celebrate halloween, I can’t wait to see what you are up to for Thanksgiving and Christmas.
    We did a few fall projects with inspiration from Pinterest, that was fun, but I love seeing what others are up to and trying it!

    1. Thank you so much! And that is AWESOME that you and your kiddos did the felt project together! The results matter less than the time you spent doing it with them, so that is amazing! I did mine on my own lol. I’m sooo excited for Thanksgiving and Christmas as well. Defintely prefer those holidays to Halloween! Thanks for the kind feedback. Power on, mama!

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