Take a look around and see what you might find to incorporate in to your classroom.
Everybody loves minions. This door is bound to make the most nervous student feel at ease.
This teacher has placed two file cabinets back to back and covered with fabric to make a magnetic bulletin board with storage. Genius!
This Hulk bulletin board is awesome! I love the idea of using clothespins in order to change out information easily. The tissue paper tied up to make muscles is amusing too!
The letter that ‘Mrs. Eiken’ has written to her students is so nice. It’s great for kids to have a reminder that they matter.
These containers labeled for lost school supplies looks like a great way to keep order in the classroom. I’m wondering where the ‘broken crayons’ bucket is.
Hands on learning is always a great option. I’m thinking using fake money might be a better idea unless you intend to invest in to everyone’s lunch fun.
Everyone is on the mustache band wagon these days. This little sign is a great reminder to raise your hand and it’s funny too.
Who wouldn’t want to sit at this reading table? The colors are so fun and inviting. Great job teacher!
This book rental shelf is so fun. It is bound to be a popular stopping place for all kids.
This preschool teacher used parts to Mr. Potato Head to instruct children how to be respectful in the classroom.
Keeping up with all of the children who head off to the bathroom throughout the day is bound to be complicated. This idea using melamine plates and an Expo marker is genius.
These buckets labeled with vowels are ‘group buckets.’ Each table gets a bucket full of supplies to use. This system keeps everything neat and tidy and gives a greater opportunity for children to have the supplies they need when they need them.