I procrastinated a bit and didn't get my room finished until Saturday night. I made sure to take pictures so that I could share with you.
You are hit with owls before you ever walk in the door.
I made the wreath by hot gluing pompoms onto a Styrofoam wreath.
The chalkboard owl was bought from www.zulily.com.
The welcome mat is from Lowe's.
Sorry the pictures are dark. The lights in our hallway were off as it was late Saturday night.
This is the view when you walk in the door
I absolutely love this canvas. I found it at Kirklands for $20. It was perfect to fill this blank space that I still had left.
Front of my room - my white board with my own two class rules and my stool painted by my incredibly talented cousin. My rules are a pinterest find. I even ended up using the same colors.
I hate bulletin boards with a passion. I guess that's a true sign that I'm not an elementary teacher. :) I prefer to do things that I can use all year. I am not one to change it out throughout the year. This year I chose to use it as a place to display our agenda. The boarder was another pinterest find.
This is my area. You can see my teacher toolbox there on the mini fridge. The pink owl above it is a cork board that I found in the dollar bins at Target. The blue owl is a picture frame. Love it!!
My reading corner. I gave it an uplift with the purple paint this year. I love this bit of color. It really pops in my room.
The back wall holds my bookshelves. Each book has a color circle on the spine that lets students know the genre of the book. The poster outlined in pink is a key for the genres.
My sweet grandma sewed these little "curtains" to hide computer cables. I love them!!
My reading tree. You can see some close up pictures of it here.
This might be my favorite pinterest find. It was originally designed to display artist. I'm using it to display different authors. It's the one "bulletin board" that I'm excited to change out every month. The pictures below Mr. Kinney's pictures are his "friends". I chose to use authors that inspired him as his friends. The middle is a few facts I found about him. Some of his books are displayed on the right. My students absolutely love this aspect of my room. They are already guessing and requesting future authors.
My photo gallery. These frames contain different pictures of owls and sayings. I made the fabric bunting at the top. There are more curtains.
Notice the saying above the door? Here is a better picture.
Those letters are fabric that I ironed onto the wall. Yet another pinterest find that I absolutely love. You simply iron heatbond onto the back of your fabric and then iron it to the wall. The possibilities are endless. My friend and coteacher did a flamingo and a palm tree to iron on her wall. It's really awesome.
So there you have it. Thank you for touring my room.