My VIPKid Classroom

Welcome to my home office + classroom.
I have enjoyed making this space functional, pretty and ME! I often get messages asking about my supplies and advice for organization, so I thought I'd show you how I do things up in the SRG babe cave. 
1. Colorful Hanging File Folders
I dislike having papers everywhere and I tend to accumulate a lot.
I keep outlines for lessons in here and other paperwork.
This wall organizer has been perfect for helping me save desk + drawer space. 
It's $8 on Amazon.
I used the 3M command strips for hanging. 
2. Magnet Board
I use this as a background, limited prop storage and interact with it
throughout my lessons.
This board makes my classroom and I am really happy with how it turned out.
I got the oil pan from Walmart (automotive section), painted it orange and
mounted with 9 of the 3M strips. 
3. Goodies + Storage
I use my dry erase board each lesson so it's important that it's within arms reach.
My wands are also used each lesson as encouragement.
My colorful drawers are from Michael's.
I keep my dry erase markers, alphabet/shape/number magnets, flashcards, extra rewards and lesson specific props.
To see a mini tour of my space, visit my instagram page and view the highlight section titled: Teacher Mode
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9 comments

  • Was interested in knowing more about how you use your wands during teaching and are they basically like pencils with toppers on them or something more fancy? Sounds like an awesome idea I just like to know more.

    Gigi
  • Thanks for such an informative post. Did you purchase index cards for all the lessons or find images and words and make them yourself? I see so many people selling lesson tools on etsy and I don’t even know where to start?

    Stacy
  • Is that a shoebox you have your computer on?

    Lexi H
  • totally new in this vipkid adventure and as i saw your pinterest post and found it very inspiring ;)

    Sandra
  • I found your post on pinterest! I love your setup. The magnet board in the back is awesome. I have a dry erase board now but its super heavy. I think I would like this more. Thanks for the idea!

    melanie

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