The first thing I do is...

Aug 15, 2017

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Christie Wyman

Like most teachers, my classroom was dissembled in June so the custodians could give it a thorough (term used very loosely!) cleaning over the summer. When August rolls around, it’s time to put it all back together again. This takes me a while. Like a really long while. Like a way too long while. Like an “Aren’t you done yet?” while. So many decisions to make! What should I keep? Pass on? Toss? Rearrange? The room changes every year. One thing doesn’t change, though — the space I set up first. (click here to continue reading.)

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