A Guide to Classroom Organization Ideas: Step Into My Kindergarten!
Brightening Your Classroom
One of my first classroom organization ideas is to brighten up the space with decor and storage pieces. A few years back, I decided to switch from primary colors to a neon theme. One of my first purchases were these FLUFFY HANGING NEON POM POMS. They are budget-friendly and instantly added a pop of color to the room. Even on dreary winter days, my room still looks bright and cherry!
Last year, I had five tables and color coordinated the table color with the NEON CADDY and matching pom pom above. See the picture below. The pink table has a pink caddy in the middle and a pink pom pom overhead.
Just by adding these simple pieces, the room is instantly brighter and more inviting!
|I love how the pom poms accentuate the neon theme of my classroom!|
My Favorite Organizational Pieces
Classroom Organization Storage Bins
Pink bins – fine motor activities
Yellow bins – math centers
Green bins – reading & writing centers
Blue bins – art center materials
Neon Storage Baskets
Magazine File and Folder Holders
Keep Your Students Organized!
My Green Screen Wall
Creating with Your Green Screen
The possibilities are endless when it comes to the things you can create with a Green Screen! Instead of sending a newsletter home, I have had my students star in E-news broadcasts where they report what is happening in the classroom. We have also used the pages in books, like Chicka Chicka Boom Boom, as backdrops and had each student read and act out a page. It’s also fun to create videos with a Patriotic Song of the month and have each student sing a line. I highly recommend creating a wall or investing in a kit. It’s also helpful to have an iPad Stand to stabilize your device.
|Creating a Green Screen Wall has been a wonderful addition to my classroom!|
Colorful Classroom Furniture
Printable Neon Classroom Decor
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