Here are some of my projects.
1. The bookroom. I've done some new labels and made some signs. I ended up using scrapbook paper. I think I found the brightest color package that they sold at Michaels! My daughter loved the colors...she wants any leftover paper :)
However, I'm not sure if anyone will get my "Welcome to the Book Room" sign (because almost all of the teachers I teach with are about 25 years old!). I was trying to make it like the Guns N' Roses song, Welcome to the Jungle. That's why I even put it on the rainbow zebra paper!
Bright Scrapbook Paper
These are the labels I made to put in the baskets/crates. I really wanted to put them on the front, but I couldn't figure out how to keep them attached! If anyone has any ideas, please share!!! :)
This was a cart of Mondo books we inherited when an elementary school closed.
Data (this is classroom teacher data)
I progress monitor about 10 students, and I need their specific data for parent meetings.
My data notebook has progress monitoring and benchmark data for each grade level. We discuss this data at our PLC meetings.
My coaching notebook has my lesson plans, observation forms, standards for each grade level, and the school schedule.
Our district is working on improving instruction in K-2. This notebook is divided into 4 sections: Guided Reading, Literacy Work Stations, Phonemic Awareness and Phonics. This is my first year for this notebook. I'm not sure if I need it. Since I went to 3 days of PD this summer, I have lots of resources that I have put in this notebook. Plus I've been cleaning out files and adding to my notebook :)
Next Project: Bulletin board for our school wide reading program! The colors are black, white, gray, and yellow.
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Behavior Clip Chart
Binders and Spines