June 20, 2014

Summer Stock Up!


Another school year has just come to and end and we are already thinking about next year! 
There is so much to think about...From classroom organization, to classroom management, to classroom decor!  The list goes on and on, but we are here to help! We are so honored to be part of this fabulous blog hop with some amazing teachers and bloggers. We are happy to be sharing some of our classroom decorations that are sure to put a smile on your face!


Are you thinking about changing, adding to, or even just starting a classroom theme? We have always enjoyed having a theme in our classrooms and it has changed many times over the years. However, last year we started a jungle theme in our classes and we fell in love!! Now we keep the same theme and just keep improving it over time. Come and take a look with us!

We took the fun jungle-themed classroom decorations and made them blank, but editable, so you could add your student names and classroom specifics to them to make them fit your needs perfectly!

Check out pictures of the many items included in this huge classroom decor pack...


Helper Chart
Customize names and classroom jobs to teach your little jungle animals to take responsibility for their learning environment. We're all a team and we all help out!

Cubby Tags
Your cubbies would be super cute with tags...or use them for something else in your classroom too! You pick the font and color since you can edit these on your own computer to your liking!

Name Tags
Kelly uses pencil boxes while Kim likes circular crayon jars. The name tag on top is a sample of the one included in this pack. The second one was altered to meet Kim's needs in her classroom.


Pencil Containers
These container labels even give a thematic look to your pencil organization!

Crayon Jars
Here are the adorable crayon jars from Oriental Trading that fit perfectly on the nameplate circles and can be labeled with another set of labels in our pack.

Behavior Awards Containers
We use a ticket system where children can earn or lose jungle animals for classroom behavior, participation, etc. The children LOVE these animals and the incentives they can earn by saving them. Check out our Terrific Tickets to see what classroom rewards we offer...No prize box needed! These name labels organize where students store their saved jungle animals until they can cash in for a ticket.

Displaying Student Work
This bulletin board header is a fun way to show off all of your students' awesome work!

Numerals 0-10
Yes, we're a little jungle-crazy! Last year we added these fun number, word, and set posters to our classroom displays. (Little secret for you! It is a freebie in our store!) The children use them daily to check their numbers through counting, adding, number word writing, or numeral formation.

The number posters above also coordinate with our rainbow alphabet posters displayed in our classrooms! We love them because they are colorful, they include a picture and word for each letter, and they fit perfectly on our bulletin boards above our chalkboard/whiteboard.

Height Chart
We take "beginning of the year" and "end of the year" pictures by this wild growth chart to show how much students change throughout the school year. We love it when someone wears the same outfit by coincidence, ha!

Where are we?
Need to find us? We hang this beside our classroom door and it is one child's job to change the animal to show where our class is if we're not in our classroom.

Book Marks
These "Reading is an Adventure" bookmarks match our growth chart and allow our students to bring our jungle-fun home while they're reading!

Center Checklist
Children can keep track of their centers visited with these coordinating center signs, tags, and checklists also found in our TpT store.

Days of the Week Drawer Labels
YAY! You found our newest freebie!
These drawer labels will help you organize your lesson materials for your week while also keeping them adorable and dust-free! We have tons of drawers labeled in this way and it makes your classroom appear neat, tidy, and of course.....thematic! We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!

Click on the picture below to continue the fun!

5 comments:

  1. What cute jungle decorations! I wish I was still in my jungle room next year, I would have loved to use your ideas! :) I'm busy thinking about next year too. Come on over today and grab a fun freebie! :)

    ~Jessica
    Fun in PreK-1 & Kinder

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  2. I love the drawer labels! I have been using them to teach the days of the week. Any chance you could make a Saturday and Sunday?

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