The first thing I worked on was my Math Workshop Rotation Board. I am changing the way I teach math this year by implementing a Math Workshop. I am super excited. I got the Math Workshop Rotation Board idea from the amazing Clutter-Free Classroom. You can check hers out by clicking HERE!
The next thing I worked on was my new table cloths. I purchased the material at Hobby Lobby and it covered three buffet tables and a small desk that my mailboxes sit on. I purchased 6 yards of black and 3 yards of red fabric. This fabric was the same pattern that I used for my crate seats and my office chairs. I also had some fabric left over for a curtain for my door window!
The next thing I completed was a few of my bulletin boards. I used my Cricut for the Mickey Font letters. Then I changed my Classroom Rules Board and Lunch Menu Chart to black and red polka dot boards that I purchased at my local educational supply store.
I also placed boarder on my white board and posted my calendar and my objectives.
Finally, I revamped my student book boxes with black and red duct tape and new polka dot numbers.
I also wanted to post about a few things I already had completed that I haven't posted about in the last week. I purchased these really creative hand signal signs from Clutter-free Classroom.
I also covered one of my plastic drawer shelves with scrapbook paper.... an idea from Pinterest, of course!
LASTLY, I finally took a picture of my lesson plan drawers. I have used this system since my first year of teaching six years ago. I got the idea from my cooperating teacher during student teaching. I use these mulit-colored drawers that I have labels Mon.-Fri. and it holds two weeks worth of lesson plan materials. Each afternoon before I leave for the day, I place the next day's drawer on the corner of my desk. I then cycle through the drawers depending on what day of the week it is.