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Marewey 07-20-2012 05:48 AM

Mr. B's All Stars lends itself to a sports theme which can be for either gender and can lead to "points", "team"... Good luck!!

brettski9982 07-18-2012 01:19 PM

As a guy teacher myself, I completely know what you mean. For my themes, I have tried to make my classroom into a "location." For example, last year I did a sports theme so the title of my room was __________ (my name) Stadium. I have also had __________(my name) Beach, _________ (my name) Bistro.

This year I am doing a Hollywood theme and thinking of doing __________(my name) Studios.

Hope this helps! Good luck with your first year!

phoenixsmom 07-18-2012 10:07 AM

You could be Mr. B's Busy Bees.

firstgrade#18 07-18-2012 10:04 AM

Hello everyone!

I am a first year teacher and I just found out about two weeks ago that I will be teaching 1st Grade!!! I can't wait to begin this exciting adventure and finally beginning to teach in my own classroom. That being said, I am having a little difficulty with figuring out a class name.
I am totally open to any type of theme, but am a guy so don't want it to be to girly. Ha ha.

So far what I've come up with is Mr. B's All Stars, Mr. B's Fantastic First Graders, Mr. B's Amazing Bees. My last name is Bartel, if anyone has any suggestions I would be extremely grateful for any help!!!

Thank you so much for the help!!




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