Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Wordlessly inside my classroom























18 comments:

  1. Yep, that's a science classroom alright. Good to see that the skeleton is not hiding in the closet. Also good to see some of your art work in there :-)

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    1. Valerie ~ the skeleton has made some great friends

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  2. What a lovely classroom! Looks like a great place to learn.

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    1. Sarah ~ how wonderful to have you stop by, thanks

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  3. It all looks great esp. that stained glass!

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    1. Kathryn ~ it was fun to create it for myself.

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  4. the teapot, music collection and plants makes it look cozy. like a home away from home.

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    1. Nance ~ there is quite a bit of me in the classroom

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  5. How neat that you have stained glass in your class! Yes, that's the first thing I noticed. :) And then the plants, and then I marveled at how much the microscope from that angle looks like Wall E or Number 5 (Short Circuit). :)

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    1. Snowcatcher ~ Thanks, It was fun walking about the room with the ipad

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  6. Tea pots, glass...this looks like home for Wayne and a warm and wonderful place to think and do science!

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  7. A room full of life! One question: What happened to Mr. Bones' upper extremities? I'd be al-armed if someone stole them!

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    1. Walker ~ too much loving interest from students caused them to be dislocated

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  8. The deep blues in the stained glass caught my eye. Enlarging the cartoon had me nodding my head in understanding!

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    1. Thanks for the visit. I love that cartoon

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