First Day Down & Going on a Classroom Tour

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Today was the first day and it was … hectic and stressful, but whose first day isn’t???  (No answer required) However, I LOVE my students already!!!  I love how every year the dynamics of my classroom changes and I get to start fresh with a new group of kiddos!!! Bring on the rest of the year . . .

It's Classroom Tour Time!
I’m linking up with Beg, Borrow, Steal, Time 4 Kindergarten and Swimming into Second for a classroom reveal . . . I LOVE looking (A.K.A. snooping) at other classrooms! So now is your chance to take a sneak into mine . . .  


Entrance to my room ... The wordwall in on my cabinets.
To the right of the door - My school is really enforcing the  fire code that says "No hanging items 12 inches from the ceiling" so that means no fancy hanging things. Anyone have any ideas???
Directly to the right of the door. The non-fiction classroom library and my "teacher" area.
Classroom library up close.
One of the wonderful windows in my room. I hang past pictures from my class up under the window, so the students can look at them. They love looking at past kiddos - I had a student tell me "You've been teaching along time to have that many pictures." I thought in 20 years if I still post the pictures, then what will they think? LOL

The black wall will soon have writing posters made by the kids.
 
 
Math centers and manip baskets. The Accountable Math Talk Stem rings and Networking for Help rings are hanging on the wall.

The front view ...





The back view ...
 


So there it is ... I'm looking at the pictures now and realizing I didn't take any close ups. I will do that tomorrow and add a few more pictures.




 




8 comments:

  1. Looks good, love the little tables pushed together. Thanks for linking up.
    tiffani
    Time4Kindergarten

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  2. I just found your blog & I'm a new follower!! I love how your classroom came out. Everything looks great!! I really love that colorful chevron carpet!! :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  3. I love these Math cards!!! Did you make them?!? Where can I find a copy of them?!? Kelly

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    1. You can find them on my TpT store - Also I wrote about them in an earlier blog. = ) Click on the picture and they will link you there.

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  4. I love your classroom; it's colorful and well-lighted with day colors, thanks to that big window! I can't imagine a home without a window, let alone a classroom! Windows are needed for a conducive learning environment. Lights will be fine, but natural daylight is incomparable to it.
    ( Joann Winton @ AJCroofing.com )

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  5. I know I'm a day late and a dollar short...but can you hang things 13 inches from the ceiling? We use fishing line and paper clips to hang from our drop ceiling. Easy Peasy.

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  6. I know I'm a day late and a dollar short...but can you hang things 13 inches from the ceiling? We use fishing line and paper clips to hang from our drop ceiling. Easy Peasy.

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