the Little Details {Classroom Photos}

Sometimes it’s all about the little details. Those small and almost seemingly insignificant additions that really make a classroom. Those details make a classroom functional, efficient, inviting, engaging, and warm. I spend the majority of my waking hours in my classroom. If it’s not a place that I want to be – how can I expect my students to want to be there too? And what about my staff? I strive to turn my classroom into our home away from home. Somewhere that is enjoyable to spend time in. And in order to create that loveliness – it’s all about the little details!

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

The Autism Helper

8 Comments

  1. can you share more about the details from the pictures especially the ones like the Brianna one, the green folders one , the pick one section and the moby max with the scanner looking thing?

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  2. Love the pictures- can’t wait to see more. For example,what is in your teacher binder? I have two student teachers this year and first thing I told them was about your website. You have 2 new followers now that love your ideas!

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  3. Sure!
    – The Brianna picture: https://theautismhelper.com/independent-work-schedule-high-functioning-students/
    – Green Folders: This product – https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Visual-Questions-for-Children-with-Autism-407508
    – Pick One: My Writing Centers: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/10-Writing-Centers-for-Early-Childhood-or-Special-Education-330620
    – Moby Max – is a Q-Code to get to mobymax.com.

    More info to come on other pics as well! 🙂

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  4. Love your classroom. Its well thought out and even though its a special needs classroom – it looks beautiful! You have added personal touches including plants ; ) Yea,Life!

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  5. Thanks, Kelly!

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  6. Hi Sasha! I’m a speech-language pathologist who couldn’t be more excited about recently finding your site! Could you please tell me more about the activity pictured in picture 11? It’s circle cut outs that appear to be glued on Popsicle sticks! Thanks!
    Kristen

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