Classroom Tour 2013-2014

It’s reveal time and I am excited to take part!  This year I started from scratch.  New School, New Room, Blank Slate!!!

This is in the hall outside my room.  We have a narrow long strip of gray board.  I didn’t even paper it!  I made these frames from home depot yard sticks and added ribbon and half a craft apple to each one.  Student pictures will hang here after the first day.


Standing at the doorway looking in

Standing at the doorway and looking to your left.

Carpet area/Whole group lessons

Carpet area details

Standing in the carpet area facing the right side of the room.

Word Wall, Math Wall and Math Storage

 Did you notice this fantastic table?!  It’s my new favorite thing!!!

 My brother made it.  It has a lip to hold pieces and the surface is whiteboard!!!!  Ridiculously amazing for a classroom.  

{Build It Center is from FUNdamentals and Friendships math and literacy unit}

 I may have played with it as I was setting up.  I had to try it out!  So excited.

Here is the reference wall behind the math area. 

Our classroom library

 Standing in the back looking towards the door.

 Back left corner:  Small group table and writing center.

 Now the right hand side of the room from the back

Thanks for coming over!

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  1. Absolutely amazing classroom! Really, fabulous job. Welcoming, fun, friendly, organized and not overly stimulating for ASD kids. Bet it makes you smile just to look at it 🙂

  2. I really do LOVE your classroom set-up and decor. I am also a fan of all of the items you make/sell. Your classroom looks so large; what are the dimensions?

  3. Wow! Oh how I love your room! AMAZING! Your students and new staff are so lucky to have you! Have a wonderful start to the new year!

  4. Your classroom is beautiful! I love how welcoming it is! In our Board, we are not allowed to bring in our own carpets, etc. It all has to be Board issued. However, I am thinking that adding some little lamps, and plants, or some stools would make a big difference! Thanks for the inspiration!