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Jan 27 2010

Day 88: Pictures :)

As promised yesterday, here are pictures of my classroom :)
(Ignore the mess, please don’t judge)

my door all decked out for College Awareness Week
my door all decked out for College Awareness Week

lib
the learning library/writing center/listening center

lib2
close-up of the learning library main wall, with phonics songs, 100 Book Challenge Steps, and some of the writing center

lib3
more of the library – book bins, and the listening center

HFWords
Word Wall and Long /i/ kites hanging from the ceiling

how are you?
my morning “how are you feeling today” chart

passes
wall o’ passes

newberry
newbery award winners (amazing authors of the week)

light
behavior stop light – note the blue/green day we had today :)

rules
classroom rules, in kid-friendly language. under the rules is our classroom chrysanthemum, my classroom culture management system. the first couple of days of school we read the book chrysanthemum by kevin henkes and made peace pledges to one another

math
calendar math wall – calendar, days of school/place value chart, counting the days of school using money, weekly weather chart, monthly weather graph, attendance chart, and job chart

board
front board – alphabet chart, current phonics song of the week (digraph rap), and the schedule

crests
social studies family crests

mathgraph
line plot graph for siblings, along with pictures of my kiddos and their siblings

door
view of my classroom from the door

so yeah, that’s my classroom. I warned you yesterday that it was an explosion of color…I wasn’t joking.

One Response

  1. my room is similar. well there is much clutter… much of it is alive and covered with leaves. recently had a nightmare where I had lost my job and when I returned to my room, all the clutter and plants were gone.

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