Chaos Crates

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Chaos Crates

Michele HarbaughThird Grade

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Our room is always full of high energy and activity, which sometimes can lead to what outsiders may call chaos! We know we are learning, but to help us stay organized we use our re-purposed milk crates to good use! All of our materials are placed here for easy access since we have tables and not desks. Our students are divided into 3 groups that rotate between teachers and we named those groups after the first three manned NASA programs. We hold these men up as heroes as they reached far beyond what they expected to achieve what accomplished what seemed impossible. They serve as inspiration in our classrooms as we learn each day. These “chaos crates” keep us focused, organized and ready to learn.

Our room is always full of high energy and activity, which sometimes can lead to what outsiders may call chaos! We know we are learning, but to help us stay organized we use our re-purposed milk crates to good use! All of our materials are placed here for easy access since we have tables and not desks. Our students are divided into 3 groups that rotate between teachers and we named those groups after the first three manned NASA programs. We hold these men up as heroes as they reached far beyond what they expected to achieve what accomplished what seemed impossible. They serve as inspiration in our classrooms as we learn each day. These “chaos crates” keep us focused, organized and ready to learn.