This teacher got creative with her Hogwarts inspired classroom
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Stephanie Stephens of James L. Capps Middle School in Oklahoma City is a true Potterhead. The teacher took her creativity to the limit when designing her classroom, which now looks like it's right out the "Harry Potter" series.
As you enter the classroom, the door is affixed to look like Platform 9 3/4, which immediately won us over. Then, as you tour the classroom, everything from an invisibility cloak to a potions set up, Stephens has clearly read the books a few...hundred times.
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There's even an area where students — who will earn "house points" for good behavior — can get sorted into Hufflepuff, Gryffindor, Slytherin or Ravenclaw!
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Needless to say, we think J.K. Rowling, and all Hogwarts professors would approve. Okay, maybe not Snape, but everyone else.
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