Friday, September 2, 2011

Photos of my room...finally!!

Hi Friends! Kerri here...
Whew!! I AM BEAT...and school hasn't even started yet! My 24 kiddos come on Tuesday and I cannot wait to meet them! My room is FINALLY ready and so now you all can get a glimpse into my "home away from home!"
Here we go...
My cubbies and welcome center


Wowzville writing wall (LOVE the Dots on Turquoise)
I love my Peanuts Gang Characters!


Guided Reading Corner


Mrs. B's Corner (I think my behavior chart I bought from First Grade OWLS is super cute!!)


View of the SMART board and front of the room, including my Calendar Wall and Math Wall


I heart my new carpet squares and my library
My Focus Wall and Cafe board (thank you whoever made these CAFE signs! For the life of me, I can't find the blog I got them from. If they are yours, please let me know!! I love them!)


My Word Wall and all my BOOKS! I love books!


Front Door


A view from the back of the room


Thanks for visiting!! I'll post again this weekend with some freebies for the cutiest clip art ever!!

19 comments:

Gina said...

your room looks AMAZING! wish mine looked this good!

Liam said...

Your room is so colourful! What a great learning environment. How much will your kids be interacting with the Smart Board?

✪ Liam ✪
Twist of Liam

Amanda K. said...

I am so jealous of all your windows! Two questions: Where did you get your fabric for your curtains and your seat cushions for the file box seats?

Amanda
Third Grade Meanderings

Ann said...

Your room looks awesome! I so wish I had a smart board. Our county is working on it. I can't wait. I love your cubbies and welcome center. Have a wonderful year. :)

Kristen said...

I just adore your room!! It is so colorful and inviting! Where did you find those fantastic carpet squares? I'm off to admire your room again :)
Kristen

First Grade and Fancy Free said...

Those curtains are DARLING! I love the way you've done your word wall too. Cute, cute, cute!
Ericka
www.firstgradeandfancyfree.blogspot.com

Heidi Samuelson said...

Thank you for all your shares! I've put you on my Top Ten List at:
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Hadar said...

Too cute!! You did a wonderful job. Enjoy your first day :)

Hadar
Miss Kindergarten

Kerri and Lindsay said...

Heidi-Thank you sooo much! What an honor! I just love your blog too!

Kristen-I got the carpet squares at Ikea for $3 each. I have a big rug that has 20 squares so I just needed 4 more and these were perfect!

Amanda-The fabric is from IKEA and the fabric for the seat cushions is from Jo-Ann's.
Thanks everyone for your sweet comments! :)

Andi said...

I love, love, love, LOVE your room! So colorful and inviting. I'd be a happy student in there!!

Carpenter Family Chronicle said...

Very cute room! Nice job getting it ready for your firsties!

Kristin said...

I just found you! And I've just spent the last hour (or two) going through all of your old posts and looking around! Love your room! :) I feel very inspired!
Kristin
A Teeny Tiny Teacher

Miss J said...

Such a cute room!! Thanks for sharing.

Miss J

Smiles, Crayons, and Endless Stories

Wild About K Kids said...

I love your room! It is so colorful and inviting for kids! I sure wish we had and IKEA in Nebraska.

April Stone said...

Your room is adorable! I miss teaching and am vicariously living through you!!! I love love love your blog! I hope you have a wonderful year :)

Ailith Blesington said...

I'd be a happy kid if this were my room. It's so child-friendly, and it can definitely bring out the artist within each child. Great job on those cutie carpet squares!

-Ailith Blesington

Pattie said...

Great room! What are you using to hang things from the celing? I can't tell from the picture. Is is lights or a special cord? It looks like there are clothespins. Please help.
Thanks a bunch.
Pattie
pdmathis@satx.rr.com

jemmarainbow said...

Hi there!
I am currently in the process of organsing my classroom for this year. This is my first year of teaching (!!!!) and am a little unsure of a few things.
My question is, how do your students handle your room? I love, love, love the look of it, however, throughout all of my studies, it has been impressed upon me the importance of not over-stimulating children. I love the displays throughout your classroom (especially the Wowzie Writing, I've incorporated that into my classroom set up!), but I worry that it may be a little too much for me as a first year and for Year One students.
How do your kids go with the room?
Thanks
Jem :)

Amy said...

Hello!
I LOVE this classroom! I am currently working on my degree for Early Childhood Development and am working on an assignment about blogging with a focus on classroom setup. I came across your blog and fell in love! I really enjoyed reviewing this post and cant wait to get started on others! I posted your link for my teacher and other classmates to view so they can benefit from the information you have provided. Thanks!
Amy

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