Book area signpost - perhaps not relevany but really fun

What’s in My Teacher’s Bag {Making Inferences

Teach Your Child to Read - Book area signpost - - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Poet-Tree Corner. Great space for students to read, relax and learn!   Features: Fadeless® Reclaimed Brick, Fadeless® Wispy Clouds, Pacon® Natural Kraft Wrapping Paper, Tru-Ray® Construction Paper, Bordette® Borders, Pacon® Anchor Charts and Classroom Keepers®.

Great space for students to read relax and learn Features Fadeless Reclaimed Brick Fadeless Wispy Clouds Pacon Natural Kraft Wrapping Paper Tru-Ray Construction Paper Bordette Borders Pacon Anchor Charts and Classroom Keepers.

Milk Crate Book Storage and Reading Bench: one for Soren's room and one for @Stephanie Close Bishop and @Meredith Dlatt Grace's apartment!

DIY Ideas With Milk Crates or Wooden Crates

Milk Crate Book Storage and Reading Bench: one for Soren's room and one for Close Close Bishop and Dlatt Dlatt Grace's apartment!

What a beautiful 'home corner' at Seacoast Waldorf School (",)

A magic tree fort indoors, from Sunflower Preschool ≈≈ The tree branches and lights make this a very inviting space

Book bunting! I made mine by photocopying the cover x2 and sticking them back to back, sandwiching ribbon between the two, before leaving a save and sticking on the next one.  Very effective in the cloakroom area and a conversation starter between children and adults alike.

Book cover banner - great use for all of those hardcover dust jackets. This would be the ideal reason to sort book covers by color, make it seasonal.

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noticing colour mixing in the small world area as the light shines through the red, blue & yellow cellophane - from Rachel (",) This would be a great for Fort Magic!

I did this once in my boys room, but made a sea of fish instead!!  This would look super amazing in a classroom to!  Lisa Leray xoxox

~**If I were to put this in my house, I'd have it a reading room, with a door, but no lock (so no one will get locked in)__I did this once in my boys room, but made a sea of fish instead! This would look super amazing in a classroom to!

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