I know we all have them…favorite spots in our classrooms! Throughout my 29 years in classrooms and working from home, I’ve definitely loved some classrooms more than others. This particular year, I don’t have any windows (I know, bummer); however, I absolutely LOVE my little “intervention” room.♥️ Over the summer, it was a labor of love, trying to make the room warm and inviting for my new students. Get this: it was previously a book room, so I had my work cut out for me!
Moving from a BIG room to a small room to now be a reading and writing interventionist meant purging and getting rid of a lot. When you find transparencies from 1994, that tells you it’s time to clean out! 😂 I gave away, sold, and organized! It was truly therapeutic. I am happy with the final product. I do have some favorite spots though. Of course one if my little zebra lamp with my rules of the classroom (see picture) and my Dr. King shrine. If you know me, he ‘s my hero. Every year, I have him posted by my door to remind kids as they enter the world, treat others with respect and kindness. Stand up for what you believe! Dr. King is certainly the epitome of exhibiting all of this.
I hope you’ll share some of your favorite nooks and spots in your classrooms!
Until next time!