This summer I have to change classrooms. After spending 10 years in a spacious, remodeled room with a ton of built-in storage
and amazing natural light,
I am being sent to a smaller, dark, dilapidated room. The wall coverings are ripped,
storage is limited, the drawers are warped,
and the place needs a lot of help. It will take all my organizing and problem solving skills to make it work (and any suggestions my readers would love to share).
My challenge: to make this classroom useable and beautiful before my students return in the fall. So follow along to see if by August I am saying, “Mission Accomplished.”
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