Thursday, July 28, 2011

Part 2

Here are a few more pictures that I didn't add yesterday.

I use this to organize my multiplication timed tests.
 This is my social studies wall, which is to the left of my large dry erase board.  We'll add terms as we learn them.  I'm not sure why the glare is so bad in the picture.
 This is my science wall which is on right of my dry erase board.
 As you can tell, my manipulatives are a work in progress-I'm still waiting on the rest of my containers to come in.  Can you even tell what is new and what is old?  I used to keep everything in really large tubs (see bottom shelf), but this year I'm dividing all of my large tubs into 5 small tubs.  This will make it so much faster to distribute the manipulatives.  I can just give each table a container, rather than sorting them out.  You can also see the start of my math work station containers on the top left shelf.  I've also purged a lot of the items I only use once or twice a year.  Each grade level has a small supply closet, and I'm going to just keep them in their rather than in my room (we don't have any closets in our room).
 This is the start of my math word wall.  I'm not so sure about the fact that the word 'word' is on two separate doors, but I couldn't make it fit any other way.
My next project is to get all of my desks the same height.  They're driving me CRAZY!
I don't really hang anything on the wall before school, because we add things as we go. 

6 comments:

Tara said...

Love oh Love your color theme and your rug!!!! Too cute and love how you found borders and library pockets to match!!!! Looks great!!

4th Grade Frolics

bnwalton said...

This looks so cute! I love it!

Living A Wonderful Life

Miss Bowers said...

i like your colored drawers. I have them too and I use them for small group materials (guided reading, supplementals, etc..)! :)

http://firstgradejabber.blogspot.com/

Mamawags said...

YES!! I love desks at the same height! Luckily for me, my wonderful custodian helps me out with this. That is a great idea to divide manipulatives into small containers ready to distribute! That is a must do :) Thanks!

Ms. Leung said...

Very cute! I love the ss/sci walls! Great use of space!

Pat's Paper Passion said...

I received a good deal on the 10 drawer cart and now I can't decide what I want to use it for...
Thanks for the pics and suggestions.
Pat

A Time to Share & Create


MY WEBSITE

Fabulous 4th Grade

Post a Comment