A Sneak Preview of My Classroom!
I'm incredibly excited about teaching in September and I've been a busy little bee sorting out my blank canvas of a classroom te get it all ready! I want my classroom to be vibrant, engaging and exciting and a place to celebrate the children's successes so I've got my creative side out and tried to inject some colour and fun into the displays... The literacy display features a tree and an owl. It's an interactive display and the "wow" words that children come up with can be written onto…
Tree is a cat scratching post. Circle leaves made from scrapbook paper and attached with magnets so they can be easily changed with the seasons.
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By Elaine Pearson I love the whole concept of Bree Forsyth's Poet-Tree (see Blog Post June 30th 2011). Here is my rendition! I thought all those bright green leaves were just right for the onset of spring. Putting this display together was amazingly easy. I pulled one of the Wheelers book packages out of the recycle bin to make the trunk. The leaves have the names of poets on them and were gently folded in half at the trunk end to give some dimension. A suprising number of our students enjoy…