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my classroom is a portable...help spruce it up
Old 07-26-2010, 03:00 PM
 
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I just saw my classroom today. It is a portable with screwed in plywood for a ceiling. The walls are paneling painted blue.

I wanted to paint the ceiling and got the OK. If I have time I'll paint the walls. I'd like to do a blue ceiling and maybe some white clouds but the walls are blue.

WDYT?

How else can I make it homey?


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When I was in a portable I has an entire wall of windows, the main thing that made it look better was cute curtains. I also suggest to add plants and great bulletin boards. I always like things to match so if I had blue walls and a blue ceiling I would focus on bulletin boards and things that matched the blue. To me I treat my classroom like my house. My house doesn't have all sort of patterns and different themes so why would I put that in my classroom. I also covered gross shelves with contact paper and brought in comfy kid friendly furniture for the reading area but I taught 2nd so it was appropraite.
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