Classroom Photos

  Classroom Photos 2013-2014

View from the door

Small Group Area

Calendar, literacy center baskets and student classroom library books

Calendar board

Supply drawers and student mailboxes

Math Tubs

Teacher area on flat file

Reference Board

Student Work Display

Student Work Display

Word Wall and Teaching Area
Chicka Chicka Boom Boom Tree-pinata with sticky foam letters

 Whole Group Teaching Area

Teaching cart

Mom's Classroom Photos 2013-2014








 Jennifer's Classroom Photos Ocean Theme 2012-2013

 Standards
I will just type the standards for the day on a half sheet of paper and then clip it with the clothespin. I stick all five for the week and then remove the top one after school.
Center signs
 Center Baskets
Center baskets
 Teacher area for Whole Group Lessons

Teaching area for whole group lessons.
 Classroom Library
Canopy from Oriental Trading-cut off the netting and trimmed the ribbons.
Reference Board
Birthday Display-Fishing net
Popcorn Word Wall

Small Group Area

Bookcase that is lined with blue paper and border. The trays are used as student mailboxes (folders and papers).



Mom's Classroom Photos 2012-2013 Primary Color Star/Bear Theme
Canopy from Oriental Trading, she cut off the netting.




Here are some photos from 2011-2012.




And here are pictures of my mother's  classroom 2011-2012
These are student mailboxes. They are just stacking trays inside a bookcase.

41 comments:

  1. Your room looks so big compared to mine!! I love looking in other teacher's classrooms to see how they are decorated, thank you for posting this :)

    Lauren C
    www.kinder-friends.blogspot.com

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  2. Thank you. My room is smaller that I have been in at other schools.

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  3. Thanks for sharing your classroom with us. I always get inspired by looking at other's classrooms. I love how everything looks like it is labeled. I hope you'll share makeover photos as well.

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    1. Thank you-yes I will share new photos!

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  4. Thanks for sharing photos of your classroom with everyone. It's so great to see how everyone sets their rooms up.

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  5. i love the baskets under the chairs. Did you do that or did the chairs come with that set up? what a GREAT idea.

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    1. Thank you- no bought them at Dollar Tree, drilled holes in them and zip-tied them to the chairs.
      They worked wonderfully!

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  6. Nice! I love the colored baskets on the student tables and chairs. Where did you get them?
    Linda
    kindergartendoodles.blogspot.com

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  7. One more question about the baskets. Do they spill very often? This is my first year in K after 4th/5th who have desks. A very overwhelming change.

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    1. The baskets underneath the chairs are secured with a zip tie. I do not have baskets on the tables anymore. They keep their crayons in a ziploc bag in the basket under their chair.

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  8. You are going to love the extra space that giving up a desk creates. Good decision. Thanks for sharing. Liz :)

    http://crazyforkindergarten68.blogspot.ca/

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    1. Thank you - I don't think I am going to miss it!

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  9. Jennifer,
    Your room looks great! Your new word wall looks adorable. Do you have your word wall cards available to purchase? I saw your word wall packet on TPT, but couldn't tell if those were in that packet.

    Michelle

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    2. I hope you can. I love those and they would work perfect in my classroom. I looked for something today at Lakeshore, but couldn't find anything I liked. Then I saw yours and they are perfect! Do you have a multicolor banner that matches those? I like the green, but I would rather do more colors. I couldn't get the multicolor ones to show the thumbnail for some reason.

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    3. Would you like it to be editable so you can use your own font for the headings, or do you want mine? I can do both.

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    4. I'd be happy to have exactly what you have!!! Thank you sooooo much!!! I am excited!

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    5. Hey Mrs. Morrow- send me an email- kindertrips@yahoo.com.

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  10. Your room is adorable! I love all the colors and the organization! Thanks for linking up!

    Swimming into Second

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  11. Your room is beautiful! Your shelves look fantastic lined with border!

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  12. How did you attach the paper and borders to the book shelves??

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    1. hot glue- I used the cooler kind not really really hot

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  13. Hi, Can you tell me where the red shelving racks came from that hold their backpacks and jackets? I am so desperately in need of them. FOund some through teachers stores but they are very expensive! Thanks.

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    1. They just come with our schools. I agree they would be very expensive to put in!

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  14. Your classroom is exceptional! Thank you for sharing the photos. I am inspired.

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  15. love your classroom! I would love to get your word wall template. Is it listed for purchase?

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    1. Yes, it is in my store at TpT and it is editable.

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  16. Your classroom is so neat and organized. Did you make the seating for your classroom library or did you get it somewhere? Thanks for sharing!
    Teaching Little Miracles

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  17. The bins that are under the student's chairs, did they work well for you? How did you keep them from sliding off? Love all the ideas! Thanks for sharing.

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  18. So I just saw your center basket shelving on pinterest and I loved it! I didn't even realize it was my favorite mentor ever's picture! I can't wait to see you soon!!!

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  19. Your reference board, did you use primary colors or brights for your numbers and alphabet? I love your room!!!!

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  20. Love your pictures- What did you use to make your Daily Standards display boards?

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  21. I sell the items I used to make the displays at TpT - look under the classroom decor category. I think they are all there. Thank you-Jen

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  22. I just recently purchased the sea canopy.....how did you hang yours from the ceiling? Thanks-Erin :)

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  23. I used a really strong magnetic hook that sticks to the metal frames in my ceiling tiles. Then I looped a zip tie and it hangs beautifully.

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  24. First off, Snow Day today and found your website, exciting stuff! I love to see another themed looking room to give me new ideas for next year, but I have the same exact cement walls as you do,. How do you keep things to stay up on your walls?

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