My Room…. Take 2

Here are some more pictures around my classroom and some activities my students did.

This is how I keep my stations organized.  The stations we are currently working on are kept in the baskets on the shelves with each basket labeld with what skill the stations addresses.  The tubs above are labeled with the skills and contain stations that we are not currently working on.  When we are ready for a new set of stations, I simply rotate the folders from above…. to below 🙂
I just thought I’d share…. the kiddos did such a great job!
During Thanksgiving, we created turkey glyphs to represent our favorite foods, our traditions, and our plans.  We then took those glyphs and created graphs.  Thus, a Glyphs & Graphs were born!!  Here are more pictures of our Turkey Glyphs & Graphs.  I am looking forward to making this unit during the fall to sell on my TpT store along with all templates for the glyph.
This is one of the graphs the kiddos made!  Cute title!
A closer look at our little gobblers.
Our class bar graph.  We came up with the title and the kiddos created and colored in the bars.
How Cute!!

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    April 18, 2011 at 2:22 am

    Terri, I love your Thanksgiving bar graph. That's a great idea and easily translates to so many other ideas. Pretty soon we could use it to graph summer activities. Woo hoo!

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    Terri Thornton
    April 18, 2011 at 11:50 am

    Stacey, that's a great idea! You could use a sun as your glyph with different color rays meaning different activities. You could also use different color eyes as meaning something else like who's going on vacation, who's staying at home… I may try this too!

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