Rachelle's Classroom Reveal

I made the Oh, Hello above my door and the arrows on the side with my Silhouette Cameo.

I am so excited to share my classroom with you!  I haven't "re-done" a classroom in YEARS! I have just kept my same classroom for a few years and I felt content.  BUT, this year I moved to a brand-new school and I felt completely inspired to just go all out.  I've had a blast decorating, but I'm exhausted.  Natalie took some amazing pictures and she made it look even better than I thought it could look.  Good lighting and camera goes a long way. ;)

This year I'm not doing a "theme".  I've done jungle, bugs, and cooking.  This year, I was just completely inspired by the bright polka dot, striped, and chevron borders from Teacher Created Resources.  I love every border that I've ever ordered from them! Plus they have way more than just borders.  :)

Birthday Balloons: What the Teacher Wants
Borrow Bucket: What the Teacher Wants
Power Pellets: What the Teacher Wants
Bins: Dollar Tree
Chalkboard Banner: Target Party Section
Chalkboard Bulletin Boards: I'm Blog Hoppin'

READ sign: my Silhouette Cameo
The subway art is my FAVORITE: Hope King's Desire to Inspire pack
Frames: Ikea and Hobby Lobby
Pillow and table skirt: My mom
Rug: Zulily 

Small Subway Art: Chalkboard Decor Freebie

Crate fabric: Ikea
Chalkboard Sign: Hobby Lobby
Pennant Banner: Made with paper and my Silhouette Cameo

Poms: Zurchers

Alphabet: Up Front Decor
Word Wall letters: Cara's Chalk One Up pack
Brownie Points: Sarah Cooley's Pack

Schedule Cards:  Stephanie Stewart
Alphabet: Up Front Decor

Chair: Mine (fabric from fabric.com)
Monthly Words: Made for First Grade
Calendar Set: Growing Kinders
Numbers above calendar: Step Into Second Grade

These are my "Tidy Tubs". Nicole from Rowdy in Room 300 is a genius and gave me this idea! She puts a "Tidy Tub" on each table while her students are doing cutting projects.  It helps keep the students in their seats working instead of going back and forth to the garbage can to throw away their scraps.  SO SMART!  

Numbers: Up Front Decor
Color Words: Up Front Decor
Frames: Ikea
Book holders: Amazon
Bags/Tissue Paper: Hobby Lobby * Idea from Cara Carroll 
1st Grade Words: Silhouette Cameo
M-F bin labels: Kinder Craze

Numbers: Up Front Decor
Bags/Tissue Paper: Hobby Lobby
1st Grade Words: Silhouette Cameo

 Book Bins: Dollar Tree
Poms: Zurchers
Lanterns: Hobby Lobby
Chalkboard Banner: Target Party Section

My go-tos for decorating:

Teacher Created Resources has the BEST border selection.  They had EVERY color I needed and in every pattern I could ever want.  

Ok... What questions do you have? Let me know and I'll do a second post about my classroom next week!

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