Moving things around…

I’ve recently moved some things around in my classroom to make room for new things on the walls.  I’ve moved my name wall and our anchor charts.  Here are some pictures showing what they look like now:

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I’m excited because I was able to free up some space on our front board so that I could write our Morning Message on it.  I used to use our Big Book easel and it was a pain to have to move all the books and easel pads off and on to write a message, now I can just leave everything where it is!

Kristen 🙂

About Kristen Poindexter

I am the 2014 National Shell Science Teacher, 2014 PAEMST Awardee for Science, and a Kindergarten teacher who blogs about my adventures in teaching!

Posted on February 12, 2012, in 2011-2012 Classroom Pictures, anchor charts, Morning Messages, Organization. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.

  1. Hey Kristen,

    It looks great. I had to move some things around to make room for our giant igloo—don’t ask…..and it has given me new perspective of the space. I may leave somethings, or go with what I know, but it is nice to mix it up.

    We just had our 100th day of school—–I can’t believe how fast Kindergarten flies!!

    Take care!

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  2. Kristen,
    Are those work stations in the boxes in front of your boards?
    Thanks,
    Tricia
    Bayonne NJ

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    • Kristen Poindexter

      Yes, they sure are! Those are my Math Work Station boxes. If you search for Math Work Stations on my blog (or click on the MWS category), there is more information about them.

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      • Tricia Gonzalez

        Do you store all your work stations in your classroom? If so, how do you do that? I have very little storage space in my room and no space available elsewhwere in school. I have been reading both of Debbie Dillar’s books on work stations that you wrote about (love them!) and want to begin using her ideas. I have been following your blog for over a year. It is wonderful. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and enthusiam.
        Tricia

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