3rd Grade Photos: Ms. Alexander

What’s Here

Check out the classroom photos from Ms. Alexander’s third grade in North Carolina! You can view the PDF online in Google Docs or  download the PDF.

Windy Alexander: 3rd Grade, NC


More Teachers’ Rooms

See how teachers from around the world have decorated and organized their classroomsMain Page: Other Teachers’ Rooms
K-6 Photos: My Colleagues
Kindergarten Photos: Mrs. Amoson
Kindergarten Photos: Mrs. Partin
1st Grade Photos: Mrs. Alsager
1st Grade Photos: Mrs. Bennett
1st Grade Photos: Ms. Sheets
2nd Grade Photos: Miss Nelson
4th Grade Photos: Ms. Edelen
5th Grade Photos: Mrs. Moorman
6th Grade Photos: Ms. Jung
6th-8th Grade Photos: Ms. Esparza
High School Photos: Mr. Dyre’s Science Lab
Special Education Photos: Mrs. Heile and Mrs. Combs

Please share YOUR classroom photos!

Email the link to your Flickr, Tumblr, blog, or other site, or put the pics in a Word or PDF doc which I’ll upload to the site!

Now What?

Visit the main Classroom Tours page
Find tips and tricks on the Classroom Arrangement Ideas blog post
Learn how to set up your rug/carpet area on the Class Meetings page
Discover how to create workstations on the Setting Up Centers/Stations page
Get tips for decorating your space on the Creating a Cozy Classroom page
Check out the ideas for using your wall space on the Bulletin Board Solutions page

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Angela Watson was a classroom teacher for 11 years and has turned her passion for helping other teachers into a career as an educational consultant based in Brooklyn, NY. As founder of Due Season Press and Educational Services, she has published 3 books, launched a blog and webinar series, designs curriculum resources, and conducts seminars in schools around the world. Subscribe via email for blog updates, exclusive tips & tricks, activities, printables, and more.

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1 Mrs. M September 28, 2012 at 7:39 am

I love all of the helpful tips, photos, and ideas listed on this website. I have already created a list of reading materials to order! I have questions, though, about ALL of the decorations and different ways people set up their classrooms and use their bulletin board/wall space: How do you find a place to store it all when not in use – even after an activty is over for the day? How can I incorporate classroom layout plans that you mention with a large group (22) in a small classroom (20×40) with each child having an individual desk? I have no tables except for computers Also, my students have to be able to see the Promethean Board, there are 5 student tables with computers that CANNOT be moved; my desk can only go in one corner of the room due to the computer and Promethean plug ins. Do other teachers comment that you have “too much” on your walls, windows, doors, & ceilings? Lots of the teachers I work with complain that rooms such as the ones you advertise are too busy and create more problems from the ADHD students. How do you use the whiteboard when areas of it are sectioned off ( teacher created reference materials, student work, schedules, homework, standards, essential questions, etc ) and covering the work area? I have many many many teachers make comments about not having a place to use the board for it’s intention, which is for the needed practicing of skills. Whew! Basically, I need someone to help me create the perfect classroom for a small area and still not feel smothered! Thank you for sharing everything you have – I absolutely love reading about ideas and seeing what other educators are doing. It always give me inspiration!

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