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Kid's book nook ~ Little book area I made in a section of our playroom! The shelves are photo ledges from Ikea, as is the rug. The tent is also from Ikea and sooo easy to assemble. Insert the plastic pole and it just hangs by one nail from the top! Pillows were made by cutting a king size pillow in half (cheaper than buying pillow forms!) and I sewed the covers with fabric from the Joann's back to school collection. Stickers are from Dollar Tree!

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New classroom! Reading story telling area, complete with our magical fairy tree with hanging mini-me's which the children can take into the different class areas to play with. Books are on the floor level in baskets, with cushions for a home feel. The story telling shelf includes various puppets, characters books to match our current interests and a story telling mat on the floor.

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I love this blog! Great examples how to transform traditional classroom into places of enquiry. Transforming our Learning Environment into a Space of Possibilities: Then and Now: Reading Corner

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New story telling shelves my classroom this week. Used lost and found and quack, quack, moo we see you as the books. Props, scenery and sequencing cards for children to retell the stories. EYchloe

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