Anyhow, I am back in my classroom. It's been a crazy two weeks. Tonight I just wanted to let you know that I am back and have some classroom pics I want to post.
This is my name made with cute little flags. I made a word wall freebie and loved the way they came out and so I made myself and my teacher friends their name. I might put these in my store if anyone is interested just let me know. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave me a question on my TPT store.
This is my behavior management clip chart in a cute ocean theme. Our school is all about Coastal Studies and so this is what I use. I made monthly and weekly reports to go with this chart. I just staple them in my student's take home folder. I am teaching them to color in their own square so that I won't have to do it all the time. I have these available in English and in Spanish.
These are my hand signals posters. I wanted to hand them with some cute ribbon on a wall, but needed the wall space for an anchor chart so I took the ribbon off and put them above my word wall. Still cute and we are learning to use these this week. It's going okay so far...we need a little bit more practice. These are available in English and Spanish.
These are some of the graphs that we have been doing this past week. Had fun and kept us busy.
Here we are practicing our Independent Reading. This was our first time! Can you believe it! I gave them all a kid magazine and we actually stayed quiet for like 8 whole minutes...they did so good! They were all over the room...
Here are some of my book bin labels. I printed 2 per page to make them smaller to fit these magazine holders from Target.
These are my guided reading labels. I have these available in many color options to match your room!
This is a freebie! Go grab it! These labels fit perfect for this type of plastic drawers.
These are my color and shape posters! I love how they look above that bulletin board. The clip art is from Trina Clark....Beautiful art!
These are my Guided Reading labels again. I use them in many places in my room. I have them on the books that the kiddos use for independent reading, on the books that I take running records with, and for my guided reading baskets.
This is our Where Are We Chart. The helper for the day gets to change it. It's right outside our door. It's also available in Spanish!
This was a picture that I took on "Preview Night". Parents just came in quickly to drop off supplies. I had plastic bins ready for them to sort supplies so I wouldn't have to do it later. Worked like a charm!
This is one of my favorite areas in my room. All of my students pay close attention to what I do and how I do it...because I promised them that they will soon take over and do it themselves. I have this in English and Spanish.
Okay...that is it! I will post more soon :) Hope you are having a great beginning of the year so far!!
Remember to take some time for yourself.