July 25, 2012

{wordless wednesday: maybe it’s time to start getting ready?}



Laura said...

No one but a teacher understands how much work it is at the end of the year and again at the beginning of the next year. Good luck!

clove said...

Oh, I dread those days of getting ready! I'm usually so sore after the first day. My principal will only let us in the building one week early. :-( Have a great school year!

Melissa M. said...

I can relate! My classroom is a
disaster! It's the first year
that I haven't had to move or make
a big change and then I found out
they were painting. Everything
had to come off the walls. The
rest had to be moved to the center
of the room! Ugh! I'm taking
baby steps to get it back
together! Little by little, bit
by bit -- right? :) Take some
time to enjoy the rest of your
~ Melissa
Teacher Treasure Hunter - Discovering Resources for Teachers

Miss Nelson said...

tackling mine today.

Jenn Bates said...

Mine looks similar. Ugh, so much to do!
Finally in First

Mrs. Wheeler said...

Looks like you'll be busy! When do you start back?

Mrs. Wheeler’s First Grade
Mrs. Wheeler TpT

Sarah said...

Ahh looks like you have a lot to do! I hope that I am having the same problem very soon!

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The Fabulous First Grade

Rikki said...

Oh I know my classroom looks the same way. I'm trying to get the incentive to go and start getting ready. I just LOVE summer too much!
The Hive

mrs. mindy said...

I have been going in for little bits but had my 3 little kiddos with me, I told hubby today I am going every day next week and NO KIDLETS are taggin' I have WAY TOO MUCH TO DO! eek! Summer goes much too quickly.

amy said...

Good luck and have fun! I'm afraid of what my room will look like with all the construction! Luckily my district is hiring a cleaning crew to clean up the grime from the construction.
Where Seconds Count

Inspired Writing Teacher said...

I feel the exact same way, but it's time I get up to school and face the mess...
Have fun!
=) Beth
Inspired Writing Teacher

Katie Lawson said...

I love getting ready. But it is hard when you first start...I just went in & walked around in circles! Sometimes it is hard to know where to start! Then I get all these ideas & then I realize I didn't accomplish anything I went in to do lol! I live 40 minutes away from my school so I have been going in about once a week for 3 weeks so far. I stay all day & work & work & work. Those floors are a killer on the feet & back!

Mrs. Phillips said...

Well you have certainly helped my on my way! I downloaded my whole first week from TPT! THanks!

tzlaket said...

Yep! I know just how you feel! Mine looks the same, but we'll get there! :0)

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