Classroom Progress: How it looks so far

Hiya peeps
Shuna P here
Are you still with me?
Before I show you a peek into my classroom
I wanted to share a quick pic
Today it rained for 30 mins and my yard looked like this

Across the street
See the road flooded
Friend demonstrating how high the water is!
She is much taller than I am
The water was seriously up to my freakin knees
Moving on
I have been going to my classroom this week to get it ready for the new school year
We have to report back to school August 7th but I have 4 presentations to do on Monday and
Tuesday then I am going out of town only to come back and have to go to a textbook training so
I don’ t have much time to get my room set up
Here is how my class looked when I walked in the door
*Front of the room*

*Back of the room cubby wall and storage*
It was much easier to move things this year b/c the janitors unstacked all the furniture for us
* My fabric for my crate seats*

* Students trash cans and crayon buckets. The black crates will be a bench*

 * Buckets waiting to be filled*

*Calendar Folders*

* Covers for crates*
Thats all for now peeps
I will make sure to show you the finished product
Peace out peeps

12 Replies to “Classroom Progress: How it looks so far”

    1. Yep! I live down a hill and a slant! It rained so hard that it was knocking down trees and flooded the street next to my house

      And to help matters a water main broke which all to all the darn water

      Anyhoo I should be posting my room by the end of the week I hope

  1. WOW! We have not gotten hardly any rain since mid May! everything around here is DEAD! That rain looks awesome but should have come down a bit slower!! Glad you didnt float away too!!

    How are you going to make your milk box bench!? I love watching a room come together!!


    1. I am glad I didn't float away too

      To make the bench I and going to zip tye the crates together and then lay a board on top. I am going to drill two small holes on either side and zip tye the board to the crates

      The trick is to make the board really flush so that it is snug and wont move around

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