I worked for about two hours. I put all the workbooks and "consumable" type resources into four plastic crates divided by grade levels:
- Primary (k-2)
- Grades 3-4
- Grades 5-6
- Middle school
After that age level we don't use very many consumables, just real books and a few texts; I put the high school books on shelves, and also the teacher's manuals and resources. That way these are easier to see. I also didn't crate the children's literature that makes up the bulk of our homeschooling. Those, too, I like where I can see them and where there is potential of the kids picking it out.
I will take pictures when it is fit to see. It's still a mess in there, just a slightly more organized mess.
Susan L is decluttering her house too, and here is a post Busy at Home that has quotes, links, and descriptions of her efforts. It is inspiring for me to read of others' efforts.