It’s a math birthday party and you’re invited!

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It’s a math birthday party and you’re invited!

Erin Masolotte6-8 Grades

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My classroom has been described as a big colorful birthday party! I love bright colors and the chevron and polka-dot patterns. I want to create an environment that is warm, welcoming, and exciting! You figure you spend over 180 days within those four walls it might as well we exciting to look at. Each of my groups are color coded: blue, purple, red, yellow, orange and green; with tables clothes and colored paper globes that hang above each group. Each group also has bins with colored cups and supplies that are needed for math that day. Color organization is a big part of my classroom environment and all items hung on the walls have a purpose and the colors are chosen accordingly. I take pride in my classroom and hopefully it will motivate the disengaged middle schooler to become engaged and rejuvenate their beliefs in the importance of school.

My classroom has been described as a big colorful birthday party! I love bright colors and the chevron and polka-dot patterns. I want to create an environment that is warm, welcoming, and exciting! You figure you spend over 180 days within those four walls it might as well we exciting to look at. Each of my groups are color coded: blue, purple, red, yellow, orange and green; with tables clothes and colored paper globes that hang above each group. Each group also has bins with colored cups and supplies that are needed for math that day. Color organization is a big part of my classroom environment and all items hung on the walls have a purpose and the colors are chosen accordingly. I take pride in my classroom and hopefully it will motivate the disengaged middle schooler to become engaged and rejuvenate their beliefs in the importance of school.