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Be Hermione! Spellbinding Skills to Organize & Reset Your Room - Multi-Day Camp

WWHD? Learn key Hermione skills to slay your drab & messy room to become a #superstar!
Leeyanne Moore MFA
216 total reviews for this teacher
13 reviews for this class
Completed by 40 learners
year olds
learners per class


Charged upfront
$21 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
50 minutes per class
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Class Experience

FOR PARENTS: Does your intelligent, amazing child soak up much of your family time trying to find things at the last second, making everyone late? Do they scramble with working on projects at the last second? Do they simply have too much stuff in their room? 

Are they not working up to their potential because something always seems to get in the way of a task? Teens face different challenges from kids--not only with managing their space but keeping track of homework, their schedule, and often too many clothes. Wouldn't it be nice if they could be more organized? Not only that, but different teens have different strengths--and these can affect what methods work for them and what methods don't. 

LEARN: This class is the first step in learning the principles of organization that will help them tame their own room and space on an ongoing basis so that they can easily find what they need when they need it. 

TAME: Once we sort out what strengths your teen has, we'll learn to hone these strengths and build upon them so that what works well in his/her/their room is maximized.  Students will learn how they can leverage their natural disposition to take charge of their space.

LET GO: By the end of class, students will learn what to keep and what to let go of. Because the best things in life aren't things.  

COST: If you look at the reviews below, you'll see how other parents rave about the results. Not only will a short class like this help your teen feel more organized and put together--you will be saving your own time and energy in the long run so you can do all the other things that you need to do.   
There is nothing this instructor enjoys more than taming chaos.  As a teacher of teens, kids, and college students for over 25 years, I've noticed that students who excel in college are almost always consistently organized and ready for what comes next.  A long time fan of Julie Morgenstern and Marie Kondo (organizing goddesses), I'm also savvy about the use of time management skills and bullet journals since my job has always relied upon self-scheduling multiple projects and a need to tame the paper tiger that comes with being a writer.  I've been helping friends tame their offices and schedules for years, and now I'm happy to offer this class to teens who are bright and know they can shine like Hermione--but for whatever reason are mired down and as a result often seem disorganized to others.  
Each day students will be asked to use the concepts we learn in class to finish the task we started, whether it’s sorting, purging, or organize their clothing, books, toiletries and other room contents. In addition to finishing the daily project, students will be assigned one task for homework before class the next day. Students will be quizzed the next day on the new concepts that they've learned. Sometimes homework will involve finding containers for items or removing items from the home to Goodwill or other charitable organizations. This homework will involve parental help. 
PLEASE PURCHASE: Part of this class is about organizing physical spaces. But another part of the course is about enjoying the space and one's time in it. I recommend a lined journal--one suitable for bullet journaling, and at least two pens for bullet journaling, one black or blue and one another color. (Such as pink, green, or purple.) Do not buy any containers in advance of this workshop! Sometimes simple containers -- such a shoebox or other item already in the home will suffice. We will make sure to figure out the right container size before suggesting anyone buys anything. There may be suggestions about the need for containers or furniture to help stay organized. Inexpensive solutions can also be found on Facebook marketplace or Craig's list. Many students will benefit from having a desk and chair in their room, but we'll find creative solutions if having a desk won't work in the space due to size.
At the end of each day we'll review what concepts we've learned and assess the student's strengths in this area. We'll look forward to the next day's tasks and visually measure our progress. 
4 hours 10 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 4+ hours per week outside of class.


Leeyanne Moore MFA
Lives in the United States
Fostering creative genius--one student at a time
216 total reviews
148 completed classes

About Me

Hello everybody! For over twenty-five years I've nurtured children, teens, and college students, giving them individual attention to ignite their creative spark.  I believe in asking students to think for themselves. In return, I aim to provide... 
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