Classroom Photos

Is it too late to do a classroom tour?

January 19, 2013

Hi Everyone! This post is obviously several months late, but I figure better late than never. I decided to take pictures of my classroom this week, just because I know it’s fun to peek into other teacher’s classrooms. I need to apologize in advance for the quality of the pictures. I did take them with […]

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A Whole Lot of Random Catching Up…

April 29, 2012

Wow! It’s been a while. I don’t know what it is, but ever since Spring Break I feel like I’m just going through the motions at school. It’s funny. At lunch the other day a few teachers were talking about how this is such a busy time of year, and I started thinking, when is […]

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Focusing on my Focus Wall

September 11, 2011

Hi Again! I thought I’d finally post about my Focus Wall. I have had a TON of questions and compliments on how I incorporate my Focus Wall in my classroom. I first started using a Focus Wall in my classroom 4 years ago after I saw several websites that incorporated them with their reading curriculum. […]

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Guess what I bought???

September 7, 2011

Well, I thought the day I got my own paper cutter was a fun day. Then, I thought that getting my Cricut was as excited as I could get. But, I stand corrected… this puppy made my day! Introducing my very own personal laminator! 🙂 I have to preface this with the following statement: If […]

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Welcome to my classroom!

August 27, 2011

Holy loooong week, batman! I finished my 4th day today and all I know is, I’m wiped. I fully intend to sit and watch tv tonight and do one or two things nothing for school. As for my classroom, it’s been an ongoing battle with myself to change/not change things around. In fact, just today […]

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Linking up my Classroom Library

July 14, 2011

So yesterday while I was blog stalking surfing I saw that Audrey at The Sweet Life of Third Grade was having a classroom library linky party. I consider my library the heart of my classroom so I thought I’d link up. I remember my first year of teaching. I had one bookshelf full of books […]

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