Pre-School Paradise

I love peeking into classrooms and seeing how teachers organize and decorate their rooms!  Well, Shelley Marangoni sent me pictures of her classroom for all of us to enjoy!

Shelley is a Pre-School teacher at Central Presbyterian Church MDO & Nursery School.  She used my Primary Apple classroom theme to decorate her darling room. 

Isn’t it cute?!?!

*Make sure you click on the picture to see it up close.  There are a ton of great details in this room!

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What a happy and warm classroom for children!

Great job, Shelley!

Comments

  1. Bridg says

    Hi there,
    I have just found your blog and love many of the ideas and themes. I do have a question for you though, regarding the Jesus sign on the rear wall… Is your’s a private church school? Here in Australia something like this would be unlikely in any school and absolutely not permitted in the government schools. Please don’t read any criticism into my question, merely curiosity at difference.
    Thanks,
    Bridg

    • Bridg says

      Oops, I should have read your post better! I’m assuming that a Presbyterian school is a private church school. I do love the room, especially the fact that it looks quite achievable. Food for thought as our school year gets ready to start.
      Cheers,
      Bridg

      • Shelley Marangoni says

        Sorry, I didn’t check back for the comments sooner! You are right, my preschool is a church school and the rooms are used for preschool during the week and Sunday school! There are small phrases in each room and our parents know that we are working out of a church so no one has any problems with it! We have a very limited budget so most of my decorating comes from my own pocket! I’ve been blessed to find school girl style!

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