Classroom Pictures {2014}!!!

My favorite time of the year is here, sharing classroom pictures!! One of my all time favorite things about teacher blogs is getting a glimpse into other teachers’ classrooms! I love that I can visit so many wonderful classrooms and never even have to change out of my PJs 😉 I waited a couple of weeks before taking pictures of my classroom so that the walls weren’t totally bare! I am SO excited to share them with you today!
Where the learning happens! I love our meeting place!
This is where we have our students gather in the morning, and before we start a lesson.
The clothesline hangs across the room to hold various projects. I am obsessed with it! It makes our room like so cheerful! We made those adorable self portraits during the first week of school. You can find the idea {here} and the templates {here}.
This is one of my favorite bulletin boards! {Well actually, I love all the bulletin boards in my room so that’s not really fair ;)} It will show off lots of great student work!
This board houses our monthly dictation. Each month, we take a picture with a cute prop, complete a sentence frame and illustrate our drawings. At the end of the year, we put all the pages together into a cute memory book. It’s fun to look back and see all the growth that occurred during their kindergarten year! {those extra spaces are for new students! Can you believe we started out the year with only 26 kiddos!?}
 On the first day of school, we read Miss Bindergarten Gets Ready for Kindergarten and wrote about how we got ready for kindergarten! Then we took a picture holding our K for kindergarten 🙂
We also learned all about shapes! You can grab these shape poems by clicking the image at the end of this post. I printed them two to a page so they are a little smaller.
Here’s another bulletin board for more student work. I love the color combo on this one!
Our Wonderful Word Wall! We will add lots of words to it all year long!
Here’s a look at our small group table.
The board behind it has our 100’s chart for calendar, our daily schedule, and our writing posters!
 And here’s a look at our adorably beautiful calendar wall {if I do say so myself ;)}
The black and white banner is from the party aisle at Target! It’s meant to be used as a chalkboard banner, but I glued bulletin board letters onto it instead. To read more about how we do calendar in our classroom {click here}.
The calendar set is from Creative Teaching Press.
As part of our school wide PBIS, we worked together as a class to illustrate the first rule of our school, “Stop, Think and Solve.” Each table group worked together to come up with a way to “Stop, Think and Solve” in our classroom. Then they illustrated the picture. They always turn out so cute!
 And finally, I updated our sharp and dull pails with cute little signs and ribbon and I love how they turned out!
Hope you enjoyed the little tour!


  1. I want your room; it's so big!! We barely have room for 18 students and I have very little storage. I also want those tables! I do not like trapezoid tables.

  2. Super cute room, Hadar! I love it! It is like the Taj Mahal compared to my tiny room! We all had 26 kiddos last year. This year, I started with 22 and it seems so much more calm! 🙂 Love your monthly dictation pages too!

    One Sharp Bunch

  3. Your room is adorable! I love the banners you have that say "calendar" and "let's count". I am jealous of all your wall space – I am sharing a room this year and I have basically 0 wall space! Enjoy your week!

  4. I love your word wall, it is SO cute!! I used the chalkboard pennets as well and glued on letters like you did 🙂 I tried to write on it with chalk but I just don't like my own handwriting! It looks so much cleaner using a font 😉

  5. I love your room! I love all the boards you have around the walls. You can put so many things up around the room.

  6. I Love your room pics….everything is so cute and inviting! I love your bunting about your calendar board…did you make it yourself..or is it a creative teaching press product also???
    Thanks, Denise

  7. Thanks for taking so many pictures! I loved checking out your room while still in pj's. – Leslie

  8. Hello, you made your classroom so lovely. I wonder how old your students are (5,6') mine are 4 to 6 years old and I must say I love to read your blog every week. Greetings from Switzerland:

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