Classroom Environment


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Classroom Architect

This tool provides an opportunity for experimentation with the layout of your classroom without any heavy lifting!

 

Classroom Environment Gallery-Mrs. Canfield’s Room:

All ready for Open House and students next week! (view #2) All ready for Open House and students next week! Green fabric sashes above the window adds a comforting feel of a living room and the green bulletin boards with blue boarders create a visual flow throughout the room. New green seat covers to add to the visual appeal and practical temporary storage of needed supplies. Small benches make for cozy and fun seating at the guided reading table.

 

Classroom Environment Gallery-Reducing Visual Noise:

A storage tub becomes a table! Alicia Darby's first grade Alicia Darby and Jackie Chiabotti border their schedule items in black- allows you to to still use color icons while still reducing the visual noise. Author's chair in Jackie's room Blue and green bins for organization of community supplies and work baskets from Julie Danielowski's 1st Grade Classroom

Blue and green bins is the new theme for Julie Danielowski's 1st Grade Classroom Changing the book bin labels to all have the same border color moved the emphasis from the labels to the books. -Michelle Peterson's 4th grade Clever cover for the mouse pad! Fabric glued over the top! Jackie Chiabotti's room Close up of the book box labels in Michelle Peterson's room.

Common simple border color (white) and background color on bulletin boards (light blue) reduces the visual noise in the classroom so the work stands out and students have less distractions. - Mary Nystedt's first grade classroom Cute basket to display the other schedule items. Guided reading & math area in Julie Danielowski's 1st Grade Classroom. The 5 gallon buckets serve as both storage and fun seating at small group! Keeping the tops of filing cabinest from becoming an additional shelf reduces the visual noise. -Alicia Darby's first grade

Keeping the tops of counters and shelves from becoming an additional shelf reduces the visual noise. -Jackie Chiabotti's 1st grade Kris McIntyre's first grade classroom. Look at the paper plates as a background for the letters! Teal and Black! Kris McIntyre's first grade classroom. Look at the paper plates as a background for the letters! Purple is the color of choice in Jackie Chiabotti's 1st grade room

Purple tags on the book baskets and brown accents to match the baskets!- Amy Timander's first grade room. Small size table and chairs made for engaging learning spaces for little people. Mandy Erickson's first grade classroom. Janice Eason, Kindergarten at Oxbow Creek Elementary