It feels like a long time coming to say this, but here is my classroom reveal!!!!!!
I am most likely the last person on Earth to be doing this, but when you get your class just a few weeks ago and it was already the third week of school, and you had 1 afternoon to get the room ready to teach (and not be pretty), I just didn't want to show you! Parts of my walls are still bare, but I'm ok with it. Word wall will get up eventually.
So without further ado, here is my room. MY ROOM!!!
My name is in Braille under the room number for one of my students.
The view as you enter my room.
As you enter my room, my IB wall is to your left in a little alcove.
I am in love with my ruffle math bulletin board!
My desks. Yes, the teacher left two, but I am barely there anyway.
I had this itty bulletin board next to my sink, I decided it would be fun to put wow work there. The text to self connection is from my Reading Activities For Bigger Kids pack.
Supplies are organized. The labels didn't print in color and I didn't care at that point haha. From my supply label pack.
My library that is a work in progress. I need more books! Tubs with handles are from Wal-Mart and labels are from my library label pack.
This is my reading/writing wall. I try to switch things out as we learn it.
Topic/sequence posters from Rachel. Hook your readers in are from my writing leads pack and the writing process posters are 1 of 3 choices in my writing process pack.
I just had to show my border better. I also made the banners and attached with some ribbon I have.
My social studies wall, which will soon become my science wall! Government is coming to and this week.
Citizenship poster from Dollar Tree and American Symbols from Robin Sellers.
And the last picture of the post!
The front of the room so pretty! The left board is basically my I can statements and posters of what we are working on and my voice chart. The blue paper has important events of the week.
The right side is where I write. I write student helper of the day in the little box and my schedule is on the other side of the washi tape on the far right. I don't use that screen above the alphabet, I project on one of walls.
I lucked out on the borders on my bulletin boards, they were on sale at Target for $2 and I bought 3, but ran out of one side, so went back and they were $0.88!
I tried to stick with black and pops of color, but chevron also made a major appearance. I love it so much!
I hope you guys enjoyed my tour and I can't wait to show you more!