If I could describe my classroom in five words, they would be: authentic, rigorous, supportive, engaging, and community. Students in my class have ownership of their own learning and a lot of what goes on happens organically. Because of the passion I have for my subject area and my strong desire to share it with the kids, my class is definitely engaging. Hearing any student say, “wow, class is over already?” is the best compliment I could get, right next to, “I wish I could stay in your class all day.” Every student in my classroom has a unique voice and everyone in the room must respect it. Creating community is essential to taking risks and deeper learning. I care about my kids and they know it. Taking the time to know my students well, not just as learners, but also as people has helped to create a real sense of belonging in our shared space. No matter the obstacles they face outside the class, they strive to be the best they can be every single day.
With the addition of a new classroom rug, our students will have an organized place to do calendar, morning meeting, shared reading and so much more! The rug chosen will also allow time for interactive learning with the rug, such as learning alphabetic order, graphing, and sorting.
The neon book bins will allow for storage of all of the student materials to go with our flexible seating options.
We have a flexible seating classroom without desk storage. These sturdy bins will hold student books, lnotebooks and supplies for a more organized and clean classroom.
I can't wait to clean up our classroom with both of these new products!
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