Where it all goes down Wednesday...

I realize I'm posting this SUPER late.
At least on Monday's post I only said that I would TRY
to post every day this week:)

That's what happens when you find out you 
have a torn retina and have a lazer
procedure to hopefully fix it,
{fingers crossed!}
and then my sweet two-year old
got sick last night. :(
So I've had a sub two days this week and life
has been a little crazy so please forgive
me being tardy to the Blog Hoppin' party!
{don't judge the Real Housewives song reference}

Ok, anyways, here are a few pics of my classroom this year.
These are the before pics.

You may remember from my previous post that I
had to switch classrooms this year.
Lots of fun.
Ok, not really, but a loads of WORK.
Like, 40 boxes of work!

My room is definitely not finished, even
it being the second full week of school but it
will eventually get done.
At least that's what I keep telling myself:)

Bucket filler board

Math wall

Concept/Question board for Open Court Reading

LOVE these for my clock I found from someone's generous
blog. I've been seeing them pop up in several other
bloggy teachers' rooms, too!

 Word wall

 My super MESSY desk:)

 Calender area

 Our new school slogan and expectations for PBIS
this year.

 Class libarary...and awesome new pencil sharpeners
that are literally saving my life!

 Book boxes from Target:)
Hoping to implement some/all parts of CAFE
and Daily 5.
Don't feel like I'm doing a very good job
of that so far!

 Supply cubbies. 
I saw somewhere in Pinterest
Land how a teacher used chalkboard vinyl, cut with
a Cricut or other cutting machine,
for labeling bins! Brilliant idea!
That is what I did for my book bins above, too.
I bought a chalkboard marker and it stays on
great so the kids can't just wipe it off.
But, it will come off easily with a damp paper towel
to change something quick and easy.

 Our safety stars courtesy of Officer Buckle and Gloria!!!

And that's all the pictures I have right now. 
Please excuse the poor quality, all I had was my phone.
Thanks for checking out my room and I can't wait
to head over to Blog Hoppin' to get
some inspiration!



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