Teacher Week - Classroom Tour

It's Wednesday and for today's link up with Blog Hoppin' it's time to take a tour of my classroom!
I know some of you might like scrolling through TONS of pictures, I for one worry that I'm going to bore you with another post that is just like the one on the "My Classroom" tab at the top of my blog. I hate being repetitive - probably because I spend most of my day repeating myself to fifth graders.


So here's a slightly different take on my classroom tour...
Hover over the image and click on the black dots to learn about my tiny little space.

I know this doesn't show my whole classroom, but the challenge was to show where I spend my week. :) 

P.S. I just realized that it is the second of the month so I am also going to link of with Schroeder's Shennanigans In Second and Lucky Little Learners for their #2getherwearebetter link up. It's my first time and I'm excited to participate!

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  1. I am loving the hover dots on your pictures. Perfect for a classroom reveal!

    Thanks for sharing!
    Danielle
    The Crescent City Classroom

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    1. I actually rediscovered ThingLink over the summer, and I can't seem to stop using it!

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  2. I love the THING LINK dots on your picture! That looks so fun!
    Laura
    Ms. Pretzel's 2nd Grade Bugs

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    1. Oh my goodness! It really is. And my students love it too. They picked up on how to navigate the program so much faster than I did. Kids amaze me!

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  3. I love the Thinglink! I had to give it a try. (I mentioned you in a post.

    -Mercedes

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  4. What a clever way to share your room! Love Thinglink!
    The Techie Playground

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  5. I love the interactive way your are sharing your reveal - HOW FUN and CLEVER!!! I have never heard of Thinglink before I will have to check it out. I also see that you are a STEM teacher. Although I teach second (I once was a science teacher) I love all things science. Last year I started bringing STEM activities in my science curriculum with my second graders. I am your newest follower. I can't wait to read more post!

    Jamie
    Teaching Tidbits and More with Jamie

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    1. I'm hoping to partner up with some of the younger grades this year. I'd like to do a stem challenge that involved standards from both the younger grades and my grade. The students could work together and the older students could be the mentors.

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  6. What kind of printer do you have?

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  7. What kind of printer do you have?

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