Would you like to see my classroom?

Since another year has started for me (Kate) teaching preschool for children with hearing loss, I thought it would be nice to show you where I'm spending most of my time each day.

This is the "discovery center" complete with science/nature items.
And in case you're wondering, that IS a fisher price microscope on the top shelf just like the one we had when we were kids. Found that little gem in the back of a closet and after prying out and replacing the old oxidized batteries, it works like new!

This is the brand new Pottery Barn kitchen that the kids just adore - but seriously, who wouldn't???

Our beautiful bookshelf - can you guess what our theme is right now?

This might be my favorite - the block center! We have window blocks with different colors that you can see through, mirror blocks, bead blocks, water blocks... it's pretty awesome.

I could probably spend some serious time playing here myself :-)

Then there's the cabinet-turned-cozy-spot that we put together at the end of last year, the writing center, and doll house.

(Ooooh, and a sneak peek of my favorite thing in the whole room... can you see it???)

Our gorgeous art center with a brand new easel and drying rack.

Aaaaand, last - but not least!- our small group area.

Don't you just LOVE the rainbow of bottles filled with colored water???

It's my favorite thing in the whole room. Between the water bottle rainbow, the big mirror and the giant map, this space just makes me smile.

I'm hoping to do some more sharing this year about some of the fun projects that I do with my preschoolers - both here and over at my other blog, Hillside Reflections.

"What's Hillside Reflections?" you're probably asking.

I know, I know. It's been a while since I've done anything over there... like almost six months.

Here's to New School Year Resolutions!

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