Classroom Pictures

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There’s a 


and since I’m not one to turn down a party I thought I’d join! 

Mrs. Ibarra at Always First Grade is having a classroom photos linky party! So here is the room I call my second home.  

Our Library Area 
Student Book Boxes 
Our Leveled Take-Home Books
Calendar
Front of the Room
The pocket chart holds our weekly poem, white board and attendance/lunch count
A little bit of felt and velcro and you have a way to take lunch count! 
Furr-tastic Work and the coveted treasure chest and pointers.
My desk
iPod Station
Our Focus walls for all of those anchor charts throughout the year.
Math corner and manipulatives
We have sink in our classroom. The only downside it’s a million years old and ugly.
Guided Reading Table and Word Wall

THE LITTLE THINGS
Pencil jars! I made cuter ones recently but don’t have pics.
Our view on the way out. I sometimes write a password or question on the board before we can leave.
Not part of the diet but cute anyway.
Drawers under the guided reading table.
Inside the drawers. Plans and other guided reading things.
Writer’s toolboxes for each table.
Center Bins
Line up poems


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Michelle Oakes

Michelle Oakes

Wife, mom of 2 boys and a bulldog, reading specialist, Target frequenting lover of fashion, home decorating, Cincinnati girl.

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27 thoughts on “Classroom Pictures”

  1. Thanks girls-
    My room is big but not nearly as big a most rooms I've seen. I don't like clutter though, so everything is very compact and in bins. Those pictures are from the beginning of the year. Things don't look quite as pretty any more.
    @Christina- The line up poems were from Jamie Solley's site which is no longer. I can't find a copy on my computer anywhere, which I don't understand because I just re-typed them this summer. When I get time I'll type them up and put them on here.

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  2. LOVE your room! Question: how do you get everything to stay up on your walls? I have one cinder block wall and the others we aren't allowed to put staples into!

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  3. I actually use the same guided reading format as you. I would love to hear how you do your guided reading and if you would shine your light on your knowledge in that area!

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  4. I love your monster theme! I've seen all of the monster stuff available now at the teacher store. Very tempting! My team is getting ready to do a monster money theme next week. 🙂

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  5. I know this was an old post but I love your classroom…I am ready for a change in my classroom except my room is not that big. This next year is my tenth year!!! If you do not mind me asking…how much was the ikea desk and shelves? I hope to create a great space like yours 🙂

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