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3 Favorite Areas of My Classroom


Latoya has another Let's Get Acquainted party happening today!  This week's topic is the three favorite places in your classroom!

Favorite Place #1



Of course, since I am a reading teacher, all of my books would HAVE to be one of my favorite places!!  LOVE MY BOOKS!  My kids do too.  The first two pictures are baskets of books for the kids.  

This shelf holds some of the books that I pull from to do lessons from.  These are sets of books.

Favorite Place #2


We love, love our tables where we work.  My tables are wipe-off tables.  Cuts down on a lot of paper!  And is very motivating for the kids.  They love the idea of being able to write on a table!

Favorite Place #3




My third favorite place is my penguin rug and the two rocker chairs beside the rug.  Kids want to be able to sit in those chairs!!  And who doesn't love stretching out on a nice rug with a good book to just enjoy reading?

Go link up now and show us your favorite places!!

22 comments:

  1. Oh my gosh- I have never heard of a write-on table!! THAT IS AWESOME and I am mega jealous!! :-) I am so going to look into that! :) So cool!

    Katie
    Smiles from 2nd Grade

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  2. I love all your book baskets. Do you teach with those books or are they for students to pick from? Your table is too COOL!!!

    Bridget
    Literacy Without Worksheets

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  3. Your table is wonderful. I'm wishing I had one.
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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  4. I love the table. That would be great. I know my kids would love those.

    Katrina

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  5. I love that table! Oh how I wish I had one too! I'm a new follower.

    Hunter's Tales from Teaching

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  6. I LOVE the penguin rug! I'm also loving those blue rocker chairs. That's on my list of "wants" for my classroom library next year. Thanks for sharing! Have a great week!

    Krista
    Stellar-Students

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  7. White board tables!! That is the coolest thing I've ever seen! I LOVE that idea. Also, your library looks great.

    Becky
    Compassionate Teacher

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  8. My favorite is definitely the cute chairs! FUN! I'm your newest follower. ;)
    Creating Lifelong Learners

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  9. Kids love a comfy place to read! I'm jealous of your organized library. I try...but it lasts about five minutes tops! ;)

    Jennifer
    Mrs. Laffin's Laughings

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  10. I love your tables! I have them write on our tables too but they are regular classroom tables and it doesn't always clean up the greatest. Your blue chairs are very inviting! =)
    Bobbie
    The Daily Cupcake…A Kindergarten Blog

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  11. Thanks Katie! The wipe off table are expensive, but fabulous!!

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  12. Bridget, the book baskets that are in the first two pictures are for the students to read and to check out. The other picture with the red baskets are sets of books that I use to teach group reading.

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  13. Tammy, I wish you had a wipe off table too! You would love it!

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  14. Katrina, I think your students would love the wipe off table too! Wish you could get one for them. :)

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  15. Thanks for following me, Bethany! I will be over to check out your blog too. :)

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  16. Krista, my kids would be very happy if I had a rocker chair for everyone of them! They love them!

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  17. Thank you Becky! Getting to use the wipe off tables are great!!

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  18. Thanks for following, Brandee! I am heading over to check out your blog. :)

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  19. Thanks Jennifer! I have all my books labeled which helps with the organization. It probably helps that each group is only in my room for about 30 minutes. :)

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  20. Bobbi, I have heard about using regular tables to write on and wondered if they worked as well. The kids do love those blue chairs!

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  21. Thank you Barbara! My rug adds some color and the kids of course love to lay on it to read.

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