Even when I taught junior high, I made it a point to have bean bags and a reading rug in our classroom. I think these spaces should exist in all classrooms, even high school!
As adults, we love to get cozy at coffee shops or libraries. Having spaces to read and getting kids out of their desks is critical.
These needs are critical to the brain and learning. This makes me want to be a first grader again via Mr.
First Grade. A Pool in the Classroom? Engage even the most reluctant reader via Pixie Chics.
Make some easy palm trees for your reading corner with this secret ingredient found. Create a canopy and mood lighting via Play-Based Classroom. Why not read around a faux campfire via The Teacher Wife. I know my students always argued for the lawn chairs!
Great use of color and crate seating via Pencils Books and Dirty Looks. Remember to add some coziness with pillows via What Happens in 2nd Grade. Reading Hut via Mrs.
Create a Kid-Friendly Reading Nook - HGTV
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