Kindergarten Photos: Mrs. Partin
Check out Jeannie Partin’s kindergarten classroom photos! Her pictures are sure to give you lots of ideas for setting up a kindergarten classroom and decorating a kindergarten classroom. Jeannie writes: “I am the author of Kindergarten Lifestyle……and here is my classroom! While my room is not over-the-top cutesy, it is a productive, engaging learning environment for my students…..What more could I ask for?!”
Pictures of a Kindergarten Classroom
This is a shoe organizer where I keep all my office supply things. I do not have a desk (and haven’t since my first year of teaching). You name it, I have it here (sentence strips, stickers, post-its, scissors, paper clips, staples, glue sticks, etc.)
This is my word study table. Early in the year it is a sandtable. However, after the first month it becomes a word study center.
This is home-base. You can see my little blue rocker I picked up at the flea market for $10 – best darn $10 I’ve ever spent because it is SUPER comfy!
I can also show you a couple of pics of my room at the very end – when it’s all packed up and ready for summer. This is a couple of snapshots as I left my room earlier today.
Well, I really hope you enjoy the tour of my kinder classroom! If you liked what you saw, please visit me at my blog Kindergarten Lifestyle! Bye, ya’ll!
More Teachers’ Rooms
Main Page: Other Teachers’ Rooms
K-6 Photos: My Colleagues
Kindergarten Photos: Mrs. Amoson
1st Grade Photos: Mrs. Alsager
1st Grade Photos: Mrs. Bennett
1st Grade Photos: Ms. Sheets
2nd Grade Photos: Miss Nelson
3rd Grade Photos: Mrs. Alexander
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!
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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