Here is our NUMBER area. NUMBER is how I organize my small group math. These tubs hold the supplies.
My CAFE board for reading strategies is located next to my guided reading table.
Here is my guided reading area.
This cart holds my supplies for my guided reading groups.
This days of the week cart holds my supplies for the week. I always make sure all of my plans are complete and everything is ready to go before the week begins.
This bookshelf is next to my guided reading area. Those blue and yellow bins are my kinders' book boxes for Read to Self.
This is my art area.
Here are more art supplies. Those little bee stools are made from IKEA trash cans that I painted.
This is our hand washing song. My hubby was so kind to take photos of me washing my hands so I could make this poster.
Here is our morning check in reminders located next to the sink.
This area next to the sink is called our Buzz Work. The little wheel will have students' names written on it. Each day I turn the wheel and that tells students the color bee they are on. They choose an activity from that matching bucket to work on in the morning. The blue bee on the wheel is for book shopping, that is why there is not a blue bee basket.
Here is where we turn in our BEE folders and get pencils.
This is my Working on Words cart.
Here is my library.
Library book Dr.
Whole group area
My teaching area
My busy board
I place my table leaders for the week in these pockets.
This hive holds magnetic bees that my students earn for following our school expectations. When we get 50 bees in the hive, we get a reward.
Direction cards and schedule cards
I use this area to write our goals for learning.
The beginning of the word wall
The end of the word wall
Word Wall title
Block building cards
Puppies in the home center!
Back pack hooks
Writing area and Penelope the Hedgehog's home
Working on Writing
Listening to Reading tent
Listening to Reading supplies
Here are our behavior cards. Students' names will go on the labels you see on the one pocket. I will attach them after I write them all.
Students start the day on green and move up to a blue, then purple. Or students can move down to yellow, then orange, then red.