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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8 comments

  • 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
  • What kind of paint did you use for your oil pan?

    May

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