*This post is mostly for me so I can remember how my room looked to start up year #26 of my teaching career.
*It may not look like it, but I changed things up this year more than I ever have.
*During all of my different trainings, conventions, and camps this summer; I took in all sorts of new ways to set up the best learning environment possible.
*Enjoy the tour of room 113...
Two New Posters to Foster Reading
"Note and Notice"
Student Book Bins and Community Supplies
Class Calendar and Voting Center for #Classroombookaday
"Be A Super Reading - Seven Strengths" Bulletin Board and Table Center #1
My Summer Collection of Books I Read to Share With My Students
Meeting Area with Easel for Anchor Charts
Meeting Area Book Shelves Featuring Book Bins, Poetry, Nonfiction, and Daily Read Alouds
Meeting Area Reading Chair and Student Seating
Geography Corner and Seating for Readers
More Book Bins, Collection of Easy Readers, Collection of Picture Books
#Classroombookaday Bulletin Board
Posters to Promote a Reading Life
My New Graphic Novel Section and Student Book Bins
Circular Book Shelf - Featuring Recommended Reading
Classroom Library with Comfy Seating and Our Fiction Collection
"Book Talks" Bulletin Board - Featuring Books We Book Talk
More Fiction Books in Classroom Library
Collection of Hard Cover Books and Teacher Work Station
Classroom Expectations (and My Reading Summit Badge)
Four C's Bulletin Board (21st Century Learning)
I've Had the "APPLE/Kindergarten" Poster Since First Year of Teaching
Classroom View #1 and #2
Classroom View #3 and #4
Ready for Year #26