Teacher Week- Classroom Tour

I'm back! I'm on a roll this week! Cooking is really not my forte (this coming from the girl who burned her face with boiling potato water), so I skipped Tuesday's meal post. This one is mostly just photos, so I felt like I could handle that.




Now, today was day 26, so you get the true "lived in" feel of my classroom. That's real life.


This is the view from the doorway. I use active seating, so even though I have 28 students, I only have 12 desks (zip-tied together and facing backwards), plus 2 tables. 4 of the desks are raised up for standing desks, and you can see the numerous ball chairs and bicycle peddlers. 


This bulletin board houses our jobs and map. The map will be switched out with our township map later and we will put push pins in where we live. This is one of my favorite activities! I also have awesome mailboxes, which have enough room at the top for copies for the week, as well. Students don't have assigned desks, so their materials are store in tubs around the room.

 
We love our rockets for Rocket Math! Every time a student passes a level, they get to put a sticker on their rocket. My Class Dojo clip chart can be found as a freebie in my TPT store.


Here we have our anchor charts for the week, plus calendar and our fabulous teepee! 


I love my leveled library and book nook! It's so cozy! The kids love reading and working here!


I love this new bulletin board I put up this summer! Our whole body listener anchor chart is always crucial, as well.


This was my big project this summer. It was painful and tedious. But it turned out great!


The sensory spot is seriously one of my favorite spots in my room! I wish I could fit down there. It's perfect for students who need a break.


My poor word wall is looking sad and lonely. I've been good about putting words up so far! I really hope to utilize it more this year. 


One last view from the back of the room! It's not perfect, but I do love my room! Good thing, too, because I spend waaaaay too much time there! 

Hop back to Blog Hoppin, Schroeder Shenanigans in 2nd, and Lucky Little Learners to check out more fabulous tours! I love peeking into other classrooms! 

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  1. I love, love, love your sensory spot! I have a "calming caddy" with items that are similar, but I love having a nook. I just have a somewhat small room, but you inspire me! The room looks great!
    Laura
    Ms. Pretzel's 2nd Grade Bugs

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