Classroom Setup & Decor Frenzy

by Hollie Griffith

on August 3, 2013

Oh my word!!! Where has the summer gone?  I’m officially in FRENZY mode! Parent orientation is next week, and we start school in two weeks. SO… I went to my classroom for the first time on Friday. I hate to say it, but I am totally a procrastinator! However, I did get A LOT done and am feeling much better about being ready for the kiddos and parents on Friday.

So… Here are a few pictures of my classroom!  I’m excited to be starting the year with a rainforest theme! I also went a little crazy this summer creating classroom decor and organization packs.  Somehow I incorporated a little of EVERYTHING into my classroom this year!

**I moved my calendar area above our classroom bookshelves.  There wasn’t a bulletin board, so I just created my own on the wall.  I love the number sense posters!{I took those from my Ocean Bundle, but I am offering them for free with the chevron theme.} I’m also excited about my new job chart and birthday display {That is not yet finished… I still have to add student names!!}

*I love my cute new table numbers and vines hanging from the ceiling!

*This is going to be my guided reading area.  I have a long way to go!!

*This is a big picture of my classroom library! Ignore the tubs on the floor…I was trying to get ready for orientation!  I love the jungle hanging from the ceiling but am not excited about all of the work I still need to do to get the library organized!

*I’m loving the table headers!!

*And.. A big picture of the classroom!  It makes me realize how much work I still need to do!  Especially with all that junk on the white bookshelves!

If you would like to check out any of the decor packs that I used in my room you can take a look at them here:


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