Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Moving Day!!

Well, yes, I want to spend lots of my summer moving into a new classroom......actually I really do. After 18 years in third grade I made a decision to become our school's STEM Lab teacher! Yahoo!

So, first, I explore my new classroom! It's our school SCIENCE LAB-- too cool for words!

So, I'm a little OCD (ahem....a lot) and the first thing I did was empty all the cabinets and drawers:
That left me quite a LOT of Science related stuff to put away--- but into the organized cabinets the stuff went:

Then I started hauling my personal stuff from my old classroom....
That was the first of about 50 trips OR MORE!

So I am still working on the little things: painting bulletin boards, making curtains for the doors (FOUR of them), decorating bulletin boards, stocking shelves, labeling, good grief.
Pictures later when it is FINISHED!

So, for all those people that think teachers do nothing during the summer (and still get paid) ha!
Watch this video:

In the meantime, I can't wait to start this new chapter in my teaching life!! 

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  1. Your lab is AWESOME - looks spotless ;) My best friend teaches HS biology and I remember helping her clean out her lab last year - YIKES! They can get scary..

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  2. How awesome! I would love to have ( and be) :) our school's STEM teacher! STEM hasn't quite taken off in our district yet. However I am going to try to implement it this year in my third grade flipped classroom. I can't wait to keep an eye on your blog for ideas and resources! I am going to need lots of them. :)



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