Today, I would like to give you a peek into my speech-language therapy room at my K-6 elementary school. If you know me at all, you know I love decorating! My philosophy is that I spend more waking hours in this room than I do at home during the school day, so it should be a space where I feel comfortable. (Note: I spent my first three years traveling between ten different schools per week in a different district, so I was very happy to have a space of my own to decorate!)
My room is in the older wing of our building, and is actually the former principal’s office. You have to walk through the Title I room to get to my room – thankfully the Title I teacher is one of my good friends at school, and we usually see a lot of the same students.
Here’s the view from the door:
Here’s my desk area. It’s hard to see in the picture, but I have my black inspirational quote posters on the bulletin board behind my desk.
A close up of my desk. (Remember this DIY project? I still love how it turned out, and it makes me smile to see this quote every day!) Confession: this is not what my desk normally looks like. I moved my paperwork piles to my student table to take this picture. 🙂
Thanks for stopping by! What do you think?