My Classroom

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The color signs are by Ashley Hughes :)










          The big book sign is by Rachel Lamb.



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15 comments:

  1. Lovely ... such a beautiful learning space.

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  2. Love your room!! Just wondering... where did you get your polka dot borders and backgrounds?? lol I love them!!! My room will be polka dots and chevron this year, so they are perfect!!

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    1. The borders are from Frog Street Press.

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  3. Where did you get the 3 drawer storage that you had by your desk? I recall a picture you posted in the summer.
    Thanks,
    Eileen

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  4. Do you have any advice for organizing anchor charts? I seem to have them ALL over my classroom, and they can't get out of each other's way!

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  5. How organized classroom's stuff are! I want to try organizing my kids' stuff in their room. Thanks~

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  6. Beautiful room... did you blog about your warning board somewhere? I would love to know more about it.

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  7. Adorable classroom and great content! I teach first grade in VA Beach and am glad to have come across your page. I'm going to add you to my 'Links I Love' page at my early ed. site
    TeachTrainLove.com
    . Hope you're enjoying the summer so far!

    -Bevin

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  8. I love your birthday wall idea. So cute to have their pictures up! How does your literacy center board work? I saw that there was velcro and do you just switch them each day? I don't have a good system for this so I need to find something!

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    1. Hi Kandice, This packet explains it well: http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Taking-a-Look-at-Literacy-Centers-598874 . The kids faces don't move but the signs above them do. I velcro the kids pictures on, so that if there is a problem, I can switch a student out of a group. Thanks for your interest!

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  9. Love your classroom!!!! Could you please put the link to the laminator you mentioned in a previous post (can't find it). I'm getting ready to buy one on Amazon and remember you mentioning one for about $20. Thanks!

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    1. The link is in this post, click the picture: http://ericabohrer.blogspot.com/p/faqs.html

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  10. In your supply caddy picture I noticed that you also have a plastic tub for each table. Wondering if this is a math manipulative tub? I'm thinking about trying that this year to save time. Did you already make a blog post about it that you could refer me too? Thanks, so much! I love your blog and TPT items!

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    1. That was for book baggies. I now just have them keep their book baggies in their desk.

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