Circus Classroom Reveal!

Hey guys and dolls, how’s it going?
Today is the day that I reveal my classroom to you guys!!!
I have been so excited about planning a circus-themed classroom,
and I have been gathering items for almost 2 years now!!
Welcome to the Greatest Class on Earth!!
When you walk into my classroom, this is what you see!!

This is the ribbon curtain that I created two years ago, I finally brought it to school!!

This is the front portion of my classroom!! 
I tried to do a big curtain, bought all of the material,
but once I got to school and cut my projector on, I realized
that it projects all the way to the top edge of my board!!!!!

Oh poopy……

Oh, I was so sad, but I was still determined to do a modified version of it!
I had no problem with the side pieces, but this is what I did to the top part!!
It’s just a small piece of fabric, and I used push pins to make the little rolls!!
(Or whatever you call them! Folds, maybe?)
Birthday wall..
The alphabet…
Colors, numbers and shapes!

Remember my first Monday Made It of the summer?
It was all about my crayon wreath that I’d
been DYING to make!!
Yeah, the name of the post was
Well, we’ve had some air issues at our school,
and the command hook that I’d HOT GLUED to the
wall fell off and this is what I walked into on Friday…..
Oh, I was crushed, but I don’t have the inclination to make another one,
I’m that hurt by it, lol!!!
I tried to take a picture of the entire front of the room!!
Yeah, I was so busy doing that, I totally forgot to take a picture of the entire back of the room!
I really, really, really love my classroom, and I can’t wait to share more pics with you!
All of the class decor can be found in my
I got a lot of my items from IKEA, but if there isn’t one near you, 
Amazon has them as well!
I didn’t buy the bubblegum balls from Amazon though, they were soooo expensive!!
I bought them from the dollar tree, and they are just as awesome!!
Talk to you guys later!!

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