Preschool graduation has come and gone. Now is the time to clean and rearrange my preschool classroom. I was fortunate enough to have a great helper along with two preschool student helpers work on scrubbing down all of the chairs, tables, and shelves in my classroom.
The chairs were in a lovely circle around the circle time rug to dry, thanks to my young helpers who pretended it was a castle. I stacked them so I could do my rearranging and vacuum all the bits of Magic Eraser from the rug.
The photos in this post show the aftermath. Now I am ready to start rearranging to get ready for Art Camp next week. My preschool has three day camps each week of June; I will be teaching the first two this year. I will be using three easels, although only two were in the room when I snapped some photos.
The corner will become the ice cream shop. Thankfully we already had a bin full of items to create the shop that we have used in other years and I will be adding just a few finishing touches to it before camp starts.
I will be spending tomorrow morning in my classroom, hoping to get most of the way ready so that I won’t have too much to think about when next week rolls around and it is camp time.
Does your school do anything different in the summer months?