Five for Friday: Classroom Reveal! :)

Hello my blogging buddies! 
Phew! This little teacher is plum-tuckered out :)
I just finished my last week of classroom prep and my 24 fifth graders arrive, bright-eyed and eager, on Tuesday morning!
I cannot wait!!! :)

For my "Five for Friday" this week, I am going to be doing my long-awaited Classroom Reveal! ENJOY! :)
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Here are some "Before" shots when I first walked
into my new classroom:


 
AND...
Drum Roll Please..........
Here's a tour of my classroom!

I got this cute "Smart Cookie" display at Target for only $3! :)

Here' the inside of my door:
Each student has an airplane with their name on it.

View from the door:
I found these cute passport cutouts and
decided to use them as my name tags:
Isn't Remington an epic name? :)
Check-in Center:
This is where students will turn their homework in each morning:
When a student needs to go to the bathroom, they put the hand sanitizer bottle on their desk. When they return, they squirt some on their hands and put it back.
 Lunch Options:
 Mystery Soldiers board
(you can read about it HERE)
Front of the classroom: 
My travel-themed behavior clip chart
It is available from my TpT store here.
 Here is a close-up of my "Road to Comprehension" Charts:
  

 My Classroom Library:


My VOICES and CRAFT area
*Acronym decor from the talented Ladybug Teacher Files 
 My desk area:
  My Helper Desk: 
I am so blessed with a daily high school Teacher Assistant
AND a parent helper coming in three times a week :)
 View from my desk:
 Baggage Claim:
This is where students will hang their backpacks
 Each student has a suitcase with their number on it beside their hook:
These numbered tags are available in my store for only $1

Cabinet/Sink Area:
 Over the sink: 
These fabulous "We Believe" statements were made by the fabulous Catherine at "The Brown-Bag Teacher"
I snagged them during the Back-to-School Sale!
Partition Wall
One of the walls in my classroom is a partition wall.
At first I was bummed and a little mystified about what to do with it. UNTIL I found out it is...MAGNETIC!
Ah the world of possibilities :)
I bought the huge foam display boards and hot glued super-duper magnets to the back. Instant displays!
Along the wall, I have my drawer of extra supplies that the students can borrow: 
 I use duct tape to label all of the supplies that are mine and should not be in the students' desks.
 
Whew - Thanks for sticking with me!
I am so excited about this school year!
But first...I need a nap :)
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