Last wall. The piano and some of the boys' toys all neatly stacked. I'm enjoying that while it lasts. This picture is a close-up of that curtain rod across the wall. This is a simple artwork display. These are two of Toot's pictures from last year. They love seeing their stuff up on the wall. (I'm pretty proud of the watercolor (on right) He calls it "The Storm". See the boat and the dark blue paint underneath is the boat's shadow.
Look! I even picked up my books on reserve at the library! If you are studying Egypt and you live in my county I apologize in advance.
Remember our motto? (Learn, love, serve) I found these fun buttons today and added them to the outside of each word with a little Velcro to add a little pop.
This wall is what the boys will facing from their chairs. I bought the little storage shelves and snazzy red garbage can today.
The table and chairs are in the center of the room. This is where the learning will take place! That great table is another hand-me-down, same friend. It's an old, oak table from a Sunday school room. It is sturdy, long and has lots of little cubbie holes.
A closer view of Lydie's corner.
This is the left wall. The wooden shelves were hand-me-downs from my best friend. Aren't they great?
Our school room is in the basement with NO WINDOWS! I love sunlight, so I made up for the lack of light with lots of vibrant colors. This is what you see when you walk in the room.A closer view of my book jacket project. I really love the way this wall looks!!
Well, that's the room. Notice there is no chair/area for the teacher. And I need a dry erase/flip chart combo that costs more than I can afford. Oh, and where will I hang our beautiful maps? Oh well, now on to lesson planning!