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Monday, May 27, 2013

Thinking Ahead...Classroom Decor

I will beg and plead for your forgiveness in regards to my lengthy absence at a later date, but for now I want to talk about packing and loading up our stuff!
As I loaded--one of many loads---out of my classroom into the back of my car, I thought of you all.  Remember, I am moving?  Yes, yes, in case you missed it- the Kings are moving to Charleston, SC.  

My adorable husband thought I would just leave all of my classroom stuff here.  

Let's pause to ponder the absurdity of that idea.  

Does he not remember how LONG it took me to find all those bins that matched???  Oh right, he was only half way listening.

Anywho, I thought of you guys because decorating my classroom is one of my favorite things I do each year!   
So if you are thinking ahead to next year, you may be interested in one of my Classroom Decor sets.  




Tomorrow I officially close my classroom so I will be back with a REAL blog post on Wednesday!!!

21 comments:

  1. Good luck on your move. Isn't it funny how many of us get to the end of the year and immediately start thinking about the next year.

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  2. I can attest to how wonderful these Classroom Decor bundles look in your classroom - I love them ! And my kiddos love them!

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  3. Men never listen! LOL! I bet he wouldn't want you to leave them behind if he found out how much money you actually spent "matching" everything up! LOL! Best of luck with your move, Katie!

    Leigh
    The Applicious Teacher

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  4. Where DID you get those bins? I'm on the hunt for bins for my classroom and the ones you have are the perfect color and size! I promise I'm listening! :)

    Recess and Beyond

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    1. I have seen those bins at Big Lots.

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  5. Ooh, goodness! I LOVE your decor sets! Unfortunately, my room is green and yellow - which I should've thought through before choosing...nothing is ever green and yellow!!

    Anyway, good luck on the move! Hopefully you'll get to rest a bit soon! Happy summer!!

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  6. Can't wait to hear about your move to SC! I'm right outside of Charleston!

    Karen
    An Apple a Day in First Grade

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  7. So cute Katie - good luck with your move? Did you get a new teaching job already for it? I'm switching from bees to rock star next year and am soo excited!!
    Vicky
    Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

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  9. Where will you be teaching in Charleston? We are moving there in two weeks from Mississippi, and I will be teaching first grade in Dorchester two :)

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  10. Good luck on the move. I have been thinking about what I'm going to do with my classroom for next year. So many different ideas! I just can't decide.

    Cara
    The Teacher's Backpack

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  11. Good luck with the move. I'm envious you are already closing your classroom! Your classroom decor sets are adorable.

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  12. Good luck in the move. (My husband doesn't listen about school either)

    Jeanne

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  13. My hubby is adorable, too. Hehehehehehehe.
    Smiles - Lisa
    Growing Firsties

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  14. Charleston is one of the coolest cities on earth....I'm jealous! Do you have a job yet?

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  15. In my case, it's my WIFE who doesn't understand!! Best of luck with your move!

    Andrew
    Mr. First Grade

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  16. Moving is never fun, but I must say you're coming to a wonderful area! This is my first year teaching in Charleston and I love it here (especially compared to the NY weather I came from!). Good luck :)

    Rebecca Thompson
    thompsonr574@strose.edu

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  17. Moving is so overwhelming good luck! I am moving classrooms this year so I had to haul all of my teaching stuff home until I get my classroom assignment for next year. My house is bursting!

    Jordan
    Sweet Little Things

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  18. Hey there! I was just blog stalking on a summer night and saw that you're moving to Charleston! I live and teach here. It is my most favorite place in the world. Always so beautiful with something fun to do. I hope you love it! I taught for 5 years in Dorchester Two and am transferring to a private school next year. I know the pain of moving classrooms...Good luck with the move and transition!

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  19. Welcome to Charleston!! I live and teach in the Lowcountry and love it! Do you know what district you will be working for?
    Jessica :)
    Jessica@palmettopreppies.com

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