That said... here it is! Room B107!
This is my very empty guided reading area, word wall and focus wall. On the doors of my metal cabinet I will have my Daily 5 choice chart and my math stations. Again, I took all the pictures before putting anything up with names or pictures of my kiddos. The white bookshelf holds my leveled readers and the plastic drawers are where I store all of my guided reading materials.
This is the back of the room. We are super lucky and all have 6 student stations. I L-O-V-E having those built in cabinets! I don't think you can tell in the picture, but all of the drawers and cabinets on the bottom are labeled with our supplies - pencils, crayons, markers, index cards, glue, glue sticks, handwriting paper, notebook paper, manila paper, construction paper and white paper. My Daily 5 I-charts are going to go on the doors of those bottom cabinets. Today was our second day of training for Read to Self and they like to lay on the floor back there so I think it will be the perfect spot for those! Our mailboxes are on that counter and I store all of my "junk" in plastic bins on top of the cabinets. It's hard to see, but there is a small plastic shelf unit between the cabinets and computers. That's for all of my word work supplies.
Here you can see where I'm storing our book boxes and math manipulatives. The colorful drawers and brown drawers are going to be used to store my math games and math stations. I wanted to store my word work things here too, but they didn't quite fit so the mini shelf that holds those things is on the back wall between my cabinets and computers. It doesn't really look like it belongs there, but it's easily accessible and that's what counts right? I'm not sure if you can really see this, but I am really excited about the clothesline that I hung up above these shelves. It runs to the other end of the room and I can't wait to hang student work up there!
That's it! Remember... it's a work in progress. Also, my digital camera died so I had to take these pictures with my iPhone. They're not terrible but they could be better! Link up over at Blog Hoppin' and share your classroom photos!