Dedicated teachers share their incredibly organized classrooms when children return to school

Although you may think teachers spend their long vacation visiting distant destinations, a group of highly organized teachers has taken the break to put together perfectly organized classrooms.

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Thousands of dedicated teachers across Australia have shared the fruits of their work on Instagram after revealing that they spent hours creating inspirational walls and beautiful reading corners.

Here FEMAIL looks at some of these enthusiastic teachers and how they have transformed their classrooms into stimulating, colorful spaces in preparation for the brand new term.

Thousands of dedicated teachers across Australia have shared their impressive classrooms as they prepare to start the new term (photo)

Thousands of dedicated teachers across Australia have shared their impressive classrooms as they prepare to start the new term (photo)

A teacher, who visits Miss Girling & # 39; s Classroom on Instagram, shared a picture of her perfectly organized classroom before she returned to school this week (photo)

A teacher, who visits Miss Girling & # 39; s Classroom on Instagram, shared a picture of her perfectly organized classroom before she returned to school this week (photo)

A teacher, who visits Miss Girling & # 39; s Classroom on Instagram, shared a picture of her perfectly organized classroom before she returned to school this week (photo)

The room has a rainbow-inspired color scheme, a & # 39; vocab wall & # 39; and perfectly labeled drawers for her students to return to (photo: her classroom)
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The room has a rainbow-inspired color scheme, a & # 39; vocab wall & # 39; and perfectly labeled drawers for her students to return to (photo: her classroom)

The room has a rainbow-inspired color scheme, a & # 39; vocab wall & # 39; and perfectly labeled drawers for her students to return to (photo: her classroom)

One teacher, passing by Miss Girling's class on Instagram shared a photo of her perfectly organized classroom before she returned to school this week.

The room has a rainbow-inspired color scheme, a & # 39; vocab wall & # 39; and perfectly labeled drawers that her students can return to.

She is also not the only teacher who has done that little bit extra.

Others, including a teacher who visits Tales of Miss D online, wanted & # 39; 100 days of school & # 39; celebrate with a large entrance for their students (photo)

Others, including a teacher who visits Tales of Miss D online, wanted & # 39; 100 days of school & # 39; celebrate with a large entrance for their students (photo)

Others, including a teacher who visits Tales of Miss D online, wanted & # 39; 100 days of school & # 39; celebrate with a large entrance for their students (photo)

Miss D was not the only one who celebrated 100 days of school - co-teachers, including Miss Curtin (photo), also had the opportunity
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Miss D was not the only one who celebrated 100 days of school - co-teachers, including Miss Curtin (photo), also had the opportunity

Miss D was not the only one who celebrated 100 days of school – co-teachers, including Miss Curtin (photo), also had the opportunity

Miss Curtin placed a piece of paper on each child's desk that said & # 39; 100 days smarter & # 39; (photo)

Miss Curtin placed a piece of paper on each child's desk that said & # 39; 100 days smarter & # 39; (photo)

Miss Curtin placed a piece of paper on each child's desk that said & # 39; 100 days smarter & # 39; (photo)

Others, including a teacher who visits Tales of Miss D online, wanted & # 39; 100 days of school & # 39; celebrate with a large entrance for their students.

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& # 39; A grand entrance to celebrate 100 days of school, with the Neon Rainbow Door Display, & # 39; Miss D. posted on its 20,000 followers on Monday.

Miss Curtin also wanted to mark the milestone, which she did by putting pieces of paper on each child's desk, each with & # 39; 100 days smarter & # 39 ;.

Miss Nunn, a teacher on the Central Coast of New South Wales, also revealed how she & # 39; finally & # 39; one of the jobs on her to-do list could be checked (shown earlier)

Miss Nunn, a teacher on the Central Coast of New South Wales, also revealed how she & # 39; finally & # 39; one of the jobs on her to-do list could be checked (shown earlier)

She organized her classroom in a neat and tidy room (photo on the right)

She organized her classroom in a neat and tidy room (photo on the right)

Miss Nunn, a three and four year old teacher on the Central Coast of New South Wales, also revealed how she & # 39; finally & # 39; managed to check off one of the tasks on her to-do list by organizing her classroom in a neat and tidy room

Reading stations are a big part of the learning of many children, and Miss Miss Dickie - who visits All Set For Prep - showed her online and called her & # 39; favorite area & # 39; in her classroom
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Reading stations are a big part of the learning of many children, and Miss Miss Dickie - who visits All Set For Prep - showed her online and called her & # 39; favorite area & # 39; in her classroom

Reading stations are a big part of the learning of many children, and Miss Miss Dickie – who visits All Set For Prep – showed her online and called her & # 39; favorite area & # 39; in her classroom

The dedicated educator made a sign (photo) earlier in the year for the return of her students

The dedicated educator made a sign (photo) earlier in the year for the return of her students

The dedicated educator made a sign (photo) earlier in the year for the return of her students

The teacher, who has a collection of more than 100 picture books, shared photos of her perfectly organized classroom and photo perfect stations - including fruit baskets with neat labels, photo walls and signs (photo)

The teacher, who has a collection of more than 100 picture books, shared photos of her perfectly organized classroom and photo perfect stations - including fruit baskets with neat labels, photo walls and signs (photo)

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The teacher, who has a collection of more than 100 picture books, shared photos of her perfectly organized classroom and photo perfect stations – including fruit baskets with neat labels, photo walls and signs (photo)

Miss Nunn, a three and four year old teacher on the Central Coast of New South Wales, has shared her excitement about creating her class with a tropical theme for the coming period.

The teacher also revealed how she & # 39; finally & # 39; managed to check off one of the tasks on her to-do list by organizing her classroom in a neat and tidy room.

Reading stations are a big part of the learning of many children and teacher Miss Dickie – who passes by Everything set for Prep – flaunted her online and called her & # 39; favorite area & # 39; in her classroom.

Another teacher from the Central Coast - called Teaching In First Grade Online - said she spent the break debating whether she wanted to keep her class with a tropical theme (photo)

Another teacher from the Central Coast - called Teaching In First Grade Online - said she spent the break debating whether she wanted to keep her class with a tropical theme (photo)

Another teacher from the Central Coast – called Teaching In First Grade Online – said she spent the break debating whether she wanted to keep her class with a tropical theme (photo)

Her alternative was to turn the room into a rainbow theme (photo), which she had previously done

Her alternative was to turn the room into a rainbow theme (photo), which she had previously done

Her alternative was to turn the room into a rainbow theme (photo), which she had previously done

The teacher, who has a collection of more than 100 picture books, shared photos of her perfectly organized classroom and photo perfect stations – including fruit baskets with neat labels, photo walls and signs.

& # 39; I was inspired by my education team about using a home corner as preparation. I'm going to use it for research and the development of social skills through rotations of literacy, "she said at the start of the school year.

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& # 39; Every few weeks the students vote on a new theme and I also begin to introduce learning activities that allow students to create resources in the home corner that they enjoy. & # 39;

Another teacher from the Central Coast – called Teaching In First Grade Online – said she spent the break discussing whether to keep her class with a tropical theme or to bring her back to a rainbow mood she was previously with.

Some had special color-coded walls - with areas dedicated to different types of learning (photo)

Some had special color-coded walls - with areas dedicated to different types of learning (photo)

Some had special color-coded walls – with areas dedicated to different types of learning (photo)

In the meantime, other teachers spent their breaks creating special characters for each student

In the meantime, other teachers spent their breaks creating special characters for each student

They also designed special spaces dedicated to art and craft
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They also designed special spaces dedicated to art and craft

Meanwhile, other teachers spent their breaks creating special characters for each student (left) – and setting art areas (right)

In 2017, FEMAIL spoke with the national Queensland teacher Sally Hannah, also known as Miss Hannah, about her immaculate classroom prior to the 2017 school year.

Miss Hannah took her ever-growing Instagram account, then year six Shenanigans, and now year three Shenanigans, about her role as a teacher.

The dedicated teacher spent two weeks preparing and sharing snaps, including brand new packages of stationery and countless packages of colorful paper and sticky notes.

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She also shared excerpts of the personalized desk labels she had made for each of her students and the handmade wall decorations on which she worked tirelessly to cut.

True to her dazzling rainbow style, the excited teacher also took photos of her color-coded trays, shelves, and calendars in the room.

A teacher named Miss Driscoll has a special sign in her classroom that the & # 39; class economy & # 39; dictates (photo)

A teacher named Miss Driscoll has a special sign in her classroom that the & # 39; class economy & # 39; dictates (photo)

A teacher named Miss Driscoll has a special sign in her classroom that the & # 39; class economy & # 39; dictates (photo)

Miss Hannah became creative and even managed to turn a regular table into a & # 39; whiteboard table & # 39; transform using contact.

& # 39; I also bought two rolls, and half of them are all & # 39; vein & # 39; (and that was before I even put it on !!) But so far so good! However, I think it will get dirty after multiple use, & she wrote.

& # 39; I used the self-adhesive whiteboard role from Kmart. & # 39;

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