Jasper Roberts Consulting - Widget

My Classroom

Below is are pictures of our classroom.  Lots of learning will take place as your child walks through the door as well as tons of fun!  Enjoy!



This is the view from the front door


Closer view of red and green table areas



Closer view of yellow and blue table areas.



Front of room view and Promethean board

Poetry Chain



Reading/ABC center


Reading Buddies


Discovery Table



Computer Center



Calendar and Literacy Board



Rug Area



Writing Center



Birthday Bears


Center Chart



Super Star Work



Build Your Rainbow Pocket Chart

56 comments:

  1. PRECIOUS!!!!! Where did you little chairs in your reading center come from! :) I love them!!!!

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  2. Thank you!! All the chairs came from Wal-mart. I got them 2 years ago though. Thanks for commenting!

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  3. So bright and cheery!! Can I come to Kindergarten in your class?? How fun! Came over from Kindergarten Kindergarten site!

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  4. Thank you Mrs. R! Glad you visited and thanks for the comment!

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  5. Love the "Build your Rainbow" board!
    You should submit to the Lakeshore BB challenge so everyone can see!

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  6. Thanks, Kalani! I'm going to check it out. Didn't they know they did such a thing! Thanks for viewing my blog and for leaving a comment!

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    1. This blog is amazing!! I love it!!!
      Could you tell me how do you use this rainbow pockets, please? It's a lovely chart!!
      Thanks a lot!!!!
      Amparo

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    2. This blog is amazing!! I love it!!!
      Could you tell me how do you use this rainbow pockets, please? It's a lovely chart!!
      Thanks a lot!!!!
      Amparo

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  7. I got ideas from your Word Wall. Thanks for sharing!! Also the polka dot theme is very cute.

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  8. Love the room. Can you explain your poetry chain? Looks interesting..........

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  9. The poetry chain is an idea I got from kinderbykim. I make large "cards" for whatever poems we focus on for each unit. So far, I've only made 3. I let my kids pull them down and read them and use wikki stix to circle sight words or letters. It's just another way for them to enjoy reading. Different than a book. Hope this helps.

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  10. This is so bright and colourful! i love it! as a new teacher this gave me some wonderful ideas for my own classroom!

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  11. Love your classroom. I really like the d-donut b-ball and bat sign you have on your calendar board. How do you link this for the students, what do you tell them to get them to make the link for themselves? I hope I'm being clear :)

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  12. For the donut and bat sign...I tell them that /d/ /d/ donut starts with /d/ /d/ d...if you see a donut first then it's a d. /b/ /b/ bat starts with /b/ /b/ b so if you see a bat first then it's a b. Does that make sense? It really seems to help my kids discriminate b/t the two.

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  13. Greetings from Romania!
    You are an inspiration for all teachers!
    Congratulations!

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  14. You mentioned you couldn't teach without TLC. What is it and how do I find it?

    I love your ideas. They are wonderful. Do you have help cutting things out etc.?

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  15. TLC are books that give specific instructions on creating pictures using construction paper. You can go to tlclessons.com to find out more and to order her books. If you are a K teacher I would def. begin with pre-k lessons and then move into the seasonal books. When you first begin it looks like so much to prep, but the outcome is totally worth it. Each child creates a unique piece of artwork.
    Yes, I have parents who help cut things out...as well as my sweet husband!

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  16. I love your classroom! I have to ask because I do not have much space in mine...do you assign seats or do they just do there work at a table in the center areas?

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  17. My students have assigned seats. Thanks for you comment!

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  18. What do you do with the estimation jar?

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  19. I have a peanut butter jar that I put objects into. For example, if we are studying presidents I will put pennies in the jar. My students estimate how many are in the jar on Monday. We have a posterboard jar where we put our estimations that are on sticky notes. During the week we do different things with our sticky notes like point out the largest/smallest number, group them by same number, put them in order. On Friday, we count what's in the jar and see who guessed right or almost right. We also talk about good guesses and bad guesses.

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    1. I LOVE this idea...So clever! I can't wait to share it with my Education classes (prospective teacher over here!) Your blog is great :)

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  20. Mrs. Lee,
    Could you tell me how you organize your centers? Are the printables part of your centers? (For example, the community helper activities that you put in the colored baskets) Or do your children do the activity baskets before going to centers?

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  21. Your room is amazing. My room is so little, so I have to really use things in a duel capacity! I love your ideas and appreciate you sharing your ideas!

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  22. Julie - Do your kiddos ever have a hard time reaching the IWB because of the purple shelf? I really want to put a shelf under mine, but afraid the kids won't be able to reach the board!

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  23. Your classroom is adorable!!

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    1. I was wondering if I could pin a few pics you have posted of your room and of your sister's classrooms? You ladies have great ideas!! Thanks!!

      Miss J
      Smiles, Crayons, and Endless Stories

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  24. Your room is wonderful. I am working on rearranging mine. How big is yours-length and width? Thanks!

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  25. Your room is wonderful. I am working on rearranging mine because I recently received a Smartboard. How big is your kindergarten room-length and width? Thanks!

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  26. Looks great!
    Would love to know what the green cups on the tables are for!

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  27. I love your classroom space. Can I have it? Thanks for posting your classroom pics they give me inspration! I can't wait to put my pics on my blog


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  28. just found your blog through kindergarten kindergarten.. absolutely love the room! such a cute idea to put the border around the computers! might as well make those suckers cute too, right?! excited to be following you!

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  29. Your room is so inviting looking! Thank you for sharing so many wonderful ideas!

    Ashley DeMazza

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  30. Beautiful classroom. I can't wait to get back to my classroom to decorate. I am interested in your coconut tree with the letters. Can you tell me what the tree is made from and how you use it. Where did you get the pattern and how does the top of the tree hang off the wall. Very cool for Chicka Chicka Boom Boom!

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  31. I love your classroom! It is so colorful! Where did you get the colorful rug in your writing center. I am looking for something just like that! Thanks.

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  32. Anonymous, the tree is made with a "tin" roll from Lowes...it actually may be some sort of metal pipe, but it's very light weight. The top is half of an umbrella and felt hot glued to the umbrella. The umbrella sticks inside the pipe.

    The colorful rug is from K-Mart...I got it several years ago. :)

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  33. I love the poetry chain. I would love a copy of the poem that goes along with the rainbow hair person. It is adorable.

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  34. I love your room! I am hoping to move to kindergarten next year, and I am trying to get ideas because I currently teach 4th grade. Keeping my fingers crossed for kindergarten though! Thanks for sharing! :)

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  35. I love your classroom!! I hope it is ok that I take a few ideas for my future classroom. :)

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  36. i really love your classroom it's full of life!!... you have a lot of great ideas...

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  37. WOW! Your creativity shows in every detail of your room! I am 50 working on my teaching degree and would like to borrow your ideas of organization for my Language and Literacy Class which I would credit you for your assistance. I am currently working on Phonemes, Rimes, Alliteration, and Rhymes project. Could you share with me some ideas you use? Thanks for your time and dedication to teaching and your students!

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  38. I love your pocket charts on your center board and the one on your easel. They look short... where did you get them? I've been looking everywhere!!

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  39. What a cute classroom! When I think of the perfect kindergarten classroom, this is it!

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  40. Either you spend a lot of your own money, or you are in a very affluent school district which is not indicative of most public schools... Most teachers wish they could have the beautiful physical environment as the one portrayed.

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  41. I love all of your units. I have bought What's the Weather?, Silly Centers, and Happy Hearts. My students love them too and are very successful. I would love to have this unit.
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  46. We are trying to pick out furniture for our new school. We currently have desks for our students but are interested in purchasing the clover tables for our new rooms. How do you like the tables in your classroom? Where do the children store their supplies?

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  49. Great Work! it is really going to help me with lots of new ideas for my classroom.

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  50. Hi Julie, plz tell me what is the use of Center Chart and Build Your Rainbow chart?

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