|This is outside my room. Banner from VistaPrint for FREE with shipping and paper plates out of the dollar bin at Michael's. I just put the kiddos' names on them and stapled them up! Welcome Third Graders!|
|My daily prep baskets! I've got five, but right now the Thursday basket is over being filled for the first day of school. The "today" basket will always be on my guided reading table, while the other four wait here. :)|
|This is a new thing I'm trying this year. It is a pocket chart for the Reading Counts "line".|
Each student has a number and when they are ready to take a test, they'll just put their number next in line at the top.
|Right-Middle of my dry-erase board.|
SW-PBS Behavior Chart on the left (we all have the exact same language/chart).
Morning Routine & Afternoon Routine, top middle.
Viking Pride Pledge & Classroom Behavior Matrix (right above the safe seat).
|Resources on bottom left, Math manipulatives on bottom right.|
Assignment trays on top, labeled with subject area.
Behavior checklists, highlighters for names, and stamp with date in black tub on the far left side of the shelves.
|My teacher table. Thursday basket is here and getting filled for first day of school. |
Lots of things we might need...tape, staplers, scissors, high-lighters, my numbered drawing sticks, my own book box, chart markers, etc.
|Classroom Library area. These are picture books, organized by either Reading Count point-value or subject matter (science, holiday books, etc.).|
|Chapter Book Library area. These are leveled by lexile score and are labeled accordingly, on the outside of the shelf and the back-inside of the book. Reading Count point level is also written in the back of each book.|
|Math Focus Wall. I'll be adding to this as the year goes on.|
Alright...that's what I've got so far! :) Thanks for checking it out! I'd be happy to answer any questions, if I didn't elaborate enough!