Krista Miranda

By Krista Miranda

LifeBuzz Staff

Teacher Spent 70 Hours Turning Classroom Into Hogwarts For His Students.

Hubler spent his own hard-earned money on the supplies.

“Many of the supplies were purchased at hardware stores or online and the expenses were out of pocket, but I found creative ways to keep the costs down by looking for things second hand at garage sales and on Facebooks marketplace,” said Hubler.

Hubler spent his own hard-earned money on the supplies.

Kyle Hubler / Facebook

Hubler's students absolutely love their new classroom!

“I heard audible gasps and saw jaws drop to the floor,” he said. The expressions on their faces have been incredible to witness.

Hubler's students absolutely love their new classroom!

Kyle Hubler / Facebook

It was a great way for his kids to explore and interact with the room they'd be spending an entire year in.

“They were scrambling around the room to inspect every little detail and were excitedly showing their peers what they discovered," explained Hubler. It must have been so exciting for him to see their reactions.

It was a great way for his kids to explore and interact with the room they'd be spending an entire year in.

Kyle Hubler / Facebook

He definitely got the response from his students that he was looking for.

As much as he loved decorating his room, he did it for his children. They were his ultimate form of inspiration.

He definitely got the response from his students that he was looking for.

Kyle Hubler / Facebook

Kyle Hubler is a teacher who absolutely enjoys his job.

“I really love what I do, and I love the students I get to work with. I want them to feel like my class is a place they are excited about going to and to have fun learning," said Hubler.

Kyle Hubler is a teacher who absolutely enjoys his job.

Kyle Hubler / Facebook

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