Monday, August 12, 2013

Speech Room Tour, 2013 Edition

Happy Friday!

I've had several requests to see how I've set up my room, so I thought I'd give you a peek inside my classroom at school!


A view of my room from the door. I just re-covered by chair with colorful fabric! 

Close-up of Children's Books. Got paint stirrers from Home Depot (for free!) and added stickers to divide the themes! 



This big blue ugly thing is in my room, and I have no idea what is in there or what it's for. (I think a lot of wires). Anyway, Winnie the Pooh and Friends have a nice home on top.


 It's magnetic, so I use it for letter work! 


Spray-painted letters from Michaels work wonders for a blank wall! 

My desk: Admittedly, it really is always this clean when I go home for the day :/



The CLEAN board. Love my Story Grammar Marker magnets! 

The ever-changing bulletin board. The kids usually have a 5 minute phonological awareness activity to warm-up. I hung strips and clip books from whatever theme/holiday we're on. These are all books for back-to-school!

My bookshelf. Top row: SLP books. Second row: Therapy books/materials. Third row: Children's books. Bottom row: Student Notebooks, empty binders, and RtI Workgroup info I'm working on. 


Storage cabinet top: Decorations, SGM, Artic on left. Tests, Art supplies, and Language on right. 
Storage Cabinet Bottom: Games, games, and more games! 

The top of the storage cabinet is a great place for storing Book Buddies and Ned's Head! 


Story Grammar Marker Section: Note Braidy's and student braids hang on walls with command hooks! 

Felt-covered science-fair board makes a great Story Grammar Marker Velcro board! 

Therapy In a Boxes. On top are complete sets of character books (such as Junie B. Jones) 

Filing Cabinets. Labeled with dry-erase markers, so I can erase and change the drawers as needed! 

The "card deck" shelf. True to my SLP/OCD nature, Language on top shelf, Artic on bottom shelf. The crayon art was a Christmas gift from a friend. Art supplies, stickers, etc. are in the bins to the left. 


Hope you found some of this useful! Do you have any organization tips that save your sanity? 

9 comments:

  1. Hey Whitney! Love this tour! What's in your therapy boxes (I see one labeled bugs). Just themes items? You look very organized!

    Jenna

    SpeechRoomNews.blogspot.com

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  2. Ok. silly me. Just saw your post about them! Looks great!

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  3. No problem! Yes-I created them in grad school. They are great for pulling at the last minute, and most of them go along with the Pre-K themed units too.

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  4. Got some great ideas for my room in Pasco County! Thanks!!!!

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  5. I must say that you are great organizer as this arrangements are adorable.Pooh Baby Shower

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  6. Love the paint stick idea for organizing books, and writing on file cabinets with dry-erase markers. Thanks for sharing! You are way more tidy than I am. My desk is never clean!

    Abby
    Schoolhouse Talk

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    1. Thanks, Abby! I did this post a while back...I've gotten a little less organized since the baby came along :)

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