Wow! Another linky party! If I can link up, I'm in! Thedabblingspeechie is hosting a linky party to show off your work space. I have 2 schools: 1 is only 2 years old, the other is about 100 years old. Kidding, but it is one of the oldest schools in the system. My room in the older school is smaller, but there are a couple of good-sized windows.
Before I get to my older school, here's a view of my drive:
The view from the door as you walk in:
The view from beside the windows: (Since I've taken this picture, I hung my "Keep Calm" frame up above the file cabinet in the above picture.)Zip-a-Dee-Doo-Dah Designs"):
Speech Peeps for giving me the idea!
The only thing I don't have pictures of is my 2 large bookshelves. I found a couple of very inexpensive shower curtains at Dollar General to hang over them. I had sheer curtains, but it was a little distracting.
Now for my new school. Here's a picture of the playground:
It was a foggy morning, and I thought it was pretty cool the way the fog hung over the mountains!
The view from the door:
On the black storage cabinet, there are these boxes that I got from the Dollar Tree last Spring:
A closer look:Crazy Speech World for this great idea!)
The view from my desk:
Graphics from the Pond") At both schools, I used the Cute Color-Filled Text Frames by The 3am Teacher for the levels.
8.5 x 11 Bordered Background Cover Pages by Cat Lady Graphics for this.
Since I teach students how to make an /r/ using /i/ as a starter, these are my reminders:
1. Move your tongue slowly and smoothly
2. Don't move your mouth
3. Hold onto your "E"
That wraps up my little piece of the Speech World! I feel very fortunate to have 2 very decent rooms. Go over to thedabblingspeechie to visit other rooms!