|Credits to 3 AM teacher and Lovin' Lit for the graphics|
I am proud to present my 2014-2015 classroom!! This is my second year teaching and I feel much more confident and comfortable starting this school year! I had the physical structure setup in about 2 hours. The hard part was the visuals, schedules and tasks!
I have a classroom of 9 students and 2 paraprofessionals that work extremely hard with the students. We've been back to school for 2 weeks now (going on 3) and I've already moved a few pieces of furniture. I've made more visuals and switched out some other visuals that weren't working. I think I've also hit a record for changing the schedule. If I had to guess it's changed about 183,028,405 times!
Today I'm just going to share some photos and the links to where I download some of my resources. I'll be doing a mini series on each part of my room and **hopefully** get a video tour going as well!
|Snapshots of our year together from Ashley Pennell on TpT|
|Sensory board & music time. Get more ideas for sensory boards!|
|Break time sensory bins, |
Calm down kit visuals from Autism Adventures of Room 83
|Classroom rules using CHAMPS acronym, visual rules for |
pencil sharpening (from The Autism Helper) & finished tray for student work
|Fluency station which recently has also morphed into a good place to have 'teacher time/Direct Instruction/1:1.'|
I have a similar setup to Sasha's Fluency station from The Autism Helper.
Get these awesome clock visuals from Amy Lemons. This number line is from Rock Star Readers & I printed 2 pages per page, laminated & taped them up. I am also going to be spraying them to get rid of the glare!
Check back later this week, as I begin a mini-series on the different stations in my classroom! Have a wonderful Monday!