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When it comes to DIY projects, simplicity is the best insurance for completion. Seeing all of the inspirational reading nooks here at Apartment Therapy has inspired me to create a reading corner for my new reader and pre-reader.

When it comes to DIY projects, simplicity is the best insurance for completion. Seeing all of the inspirational reading nooks here at Apartment Therapy has inspired me to create a reading corner for my new reader and pre-reader.

When it comes to DIY projects, simplicity is the best insurance for completion. Seeing all of the inspirational reading nooks here at Apartment Therapy has inspired me to create a reading corner for my new reader and pre-reader.

When it comes to DIY projects, simplicity is the best insurance for completion. Seeing all of the inspirational reading nooks here at Apartment Therapy has inspired me to create a reading corner for my new reader and pre-reader.

4 Simple Steps to Creating the Home You Want {Timeless Advice} - The Inspired Room

4 Simple Steps to Creating the Home You Want {Timeless Advice} - The Inspired Room

UNDERSTANDING: Scholastics (2016) writes that creating a comfortable and inviting reading space in your classroom can be motivating to all students, including reluctant readers. The Daily 5 (2006) also describes the importance of creating the spaces or students to read to themselves or each other. Boushey,G. & Moser,J. (2006).The daily 5: Fostering literacy independence in the elementary grades. United States: Stenhouse Publishers. And, Louge, C. (2016). Amazing classroom reading corners.

UNDERSTANDING: Scholastics (2016) writes that creating a comfortable and inviting reading space in your classroom can be motivating to all students, including reluctant readers. The Daily 5 (2006) also describes the importance of creating the spaces or students to read to themselves or each other. Boushey,G. & Moser,J. (2006).The daily 5: Fostering literacy independence in the elementary grades. United States: Stenhouse Publishers. And, Louge, C. (2016). Amazing classroom reading corners.

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