Light brown- dirt piles with shovels
Those little white-ish looking things are the yellow spotted lizards. Each student signed their name by a lizard.
Odd looking mountain at the top of my door?? That’s God’s Thumb : )
My class and I L.O.V.E. this book. My kids even play “Holes” at recess. A large group of them (about 15/24 students) have created a game based on Holes. They each act out a character from the book. If you have a 3rd-5th grade kiddo, I recommend reading it together. SUCH a good piece of kid literature.
On the wall next to my classroom door, we posted a short biography about Louis Sachar, his photo, all of the awards Holes has received, and five interesting Q and A’s.
On the other side of the door, our other favorite chapter books are on display. The kids each drew the book cover and we surrounded my favorite Dr. Seuss quote with them.
“The more that you read,
the more things you will know.
The more that you learn,
the more places you’ll go.”
This is the bulletin board in the hallway of our BEST work. Right now we are displaying the biography book reports on historical African Americans and United States Presidents (to celebrate Black History Month and Presidents’ Day in February).
I love this bulletin board for so many reasons. I love that the kids get excited to post their best work for the school to see. I love that it’s quick and easy to switch out the kids’ work (♥ you clothes pins!!). I love that the kids pictures and names area also displayed so they can admire their peers’ work as well.
Thanks for hanging out with me for a bit. Being a teacher is a big part of my life and I enjoy sharing bits of it with you : )