Wordless Wednesday July 29th: Crafting Craziness!

Thanks for joining me for another Wordless Wednesday! I LOVE looking at all of your pictures each week! If this is your very first Wordless Wednesday, I’m going to post the rules again.  Remember, your picture can be about anything and all you need to do is post a question that your followers can comment on. 🙂  

And now for my Wordless Wednesday picture of the week:

By the end of the week, I may very well give my husband an anxiety attack with the amount of glitter that is currently covering our kitchen table.  I’ve been crafting up a storm this week!  I’ll be blogging about all of my creations on Friday. I can’t wait to show them to you! 🙂

My question: If the sky was the limit and you could make anything you wanted for your classroom, what would you make?! (Mine would be a colorful coffee bar, complete with a barista and chai tea lattes during Writer’s Workshop.) #agirlcandream

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16 Comments

  1. Okay…. I love your coffee shop idea. For my classroom, I would want to find a way to bring the beach inside. It's so relaxing and calming, and honestly – my kids need that a lot haha. If we're talking about for the teachers, we could definitely use a spa. I mean… honestly it would help everyone if the teachers could get away during our break and have a quick massage. Goodbye stress, hahaha

    Katie
    Dirty Hands & Lesson Plans

  2. I would love to add in enough furniture and space so that lit stations could all have their own little table and area in the classroom. I'd also add in a mini bar so I could have my Diet Coke stashed in a fridge for easy access!

    Jordan
    Team V's Second Grade Fun

  3. Looks like you've got a lot of great project going on!! Can't wait to see the finished product!! If I could have anything at all in my classroom, I would have a dual-purpose machine that both sharpened pencils all by itself and also created gluesticks. Two problems solved in one!! 🙂

    Warmest Wishes, Erin from Kindergarten Dragons

  4. I agree with Katie! I would love to find away to bring the beach (my happy place) to my classroom!
    The beach is the current theme in my room, now only if I could feel as relaxed in my room as I do with my toes in the sand!! <–Wishful thinking!

    Stephanie
    The Loopy Teacher

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