As I’ve been working on my classroom, I’ve shared a few pictures here and there of some spots in my classroom. It’s nowhere NEAR done, but several people have asked for source lists as well as labels. Here they are! Please know that these documents were originally just intended for use in my classroom, so they haven’t been totally optimized for spacing, paper or ink saving purposes, etc. Please enjoy if you can!
I made my Accountable Talk bulletin board in both English and Spanish since I teach in a Spanish Immersion Classroom. You can download the Accountable Talk letters free HERE and the bilingual speech bubbles free HERE and the English only speech bubbles HERE. I left a little bit of the black border around each one when I printed them out.
I also made my labels for the book bins this year. You can download them free HERE. One trick that I use on ALL of my bins and labels is VELCRO! You can replace it easily, there is no residue when you remove it, and they NEVER fall off. It’s so fast, too! Here is a link to the kind of Velcro I use.
Another year long bulletin board that I have done is my IB Bulletin Board. I teach in an International Baccalaureate school, so we always have these elements posted in the room and refer to them frequently. You can download the titles HERE, but please note I mounted them on scrapbooking paper to make them match the rest of the room, so they don’t have the pretty borders as shown in the pictures. 🙂
Unfortunately, I can’t help much with my beloved Instagram board (which looks much more crinkly in the photo than in person)! My sweet mom cut the letters out from her Cricut, and I just printed the Instagram logo. I tacked the squares up and plan to rotate them out with pictures and new hashtags throughout the year. If you are Cricut savvy, HERE is the link to the Instagram letters that my mom used.
I still have so much more to do in my classroom, and we go back next Wednesday! Eek! I’ll be sure to post full classroom pictures once it’s totally done. 🙂 Happy back to school!