Saturday, June 8, 2013

Optimum Organization 6.8.13

Whew!  This was a busy Saturday for us!  We still have one more day with kiddos and three teacher work days, so we've still been working on end of the year stuff...report cards, gifts, and such.  This year seems SO long for us!  As we get ready to clean up our rooms, organize, and pack up some, we are reflecting on how much we loved our 'Learning Wall'.  This spot in the room is where we posted all of our objectives for the week.  It was also a great place to post student work!  We thought we'd re-share some pics and add a few new ones!







This was a great place to refer kiddos to if they needed to review something we were learning in class.  At our school, we have to display our learning objectives for the week.  Keeping this 'Learning Wall' together was a great place to put these.  Also, we got lots of compliments from Admin this year when they came through our rooms for walk throughs!  This wall will definitely be a staple in our classrooms next year too!

6 comments:

  1. This is a great way to showcase what is happening (and what is being taught/learned) in your classroom. Thanks for linking up!
    Elizabeth
    Fun in Room 4B

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  2. I just love seeing photos, thank you!! This is such a wonderful idea and I'm so happy you linked up and shared with us. Thank you! :)

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  3. I love this idea!! I need a better way to do this in my room. Do you change things on the wall as you begin new units or new concepts? Do you leave anything up to add to? I would love to do this!

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    1. Thanks for admiring our Learning Wall. This year, we posted objectives for the units we were working on. As we worked through the units, we used the wall as a reference for what we had learned, vocab we were using and as a place to display student work. We would love to leave it up and add to it, but we don't have that much room. We did take pics before we took down old objectives. We could have put them in a binder for going back and referring to them if we needed...maybe next year!

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