That feels AMAZING! I finally feel like I can rock out from the get-go. The first year I got a classroom I had no idea what in the world I would need, so I held on to E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G. And I mean everything. My cupboard situation was stick something on any shelf that had space, shut the door quickly and pray that it didn't all come tumbling out the next time I opened the door.
(On a side note, that is what my bedroom looked like until I got married and my mother forced me to throw stuff away...I'm wasn't quite "Buried Alive: Hoarders" but it was close.)
I have slowly become more and more organized as I have grown into myself and space personally and professionally. There is a place for everything and everything in it's place. Here are some pictures of the work that I have done this week:
|My corner all put together.|
|Standing in the doorway looking in. You can't see them very well, but my mailboxes are at the bottom of that middle post.|
|From the back corner.|
|My corner with my freshly painted wall and border.|
|Above the sink. I'm not sure what else is going to go here yet.|
|Math manipulatives, clipboards, random math thingys and desk offices.|
|The language arts cupboard that I have kinda-sorta-not-really tackled yet.|
T-minus two weeks until school starts!