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Books hanging from the ceiling is a great way to add pizzazz to the reading area. Reminds me of the Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore;)

Childrens Play Area Design & Toy Room Design

Mrs. Lodge's Library: more Library Centers

Mrs. Lodge's Library: Library Centers

Came across this idea recently and decided to try it out on the library storytime kids as a “Build-A-Poem” activity during National Poetry Month. I labeled bunches and bunches of legos and left them out after Sunday’s storytime last weekend. It turned out to be more of a Build-A-Verse than the Build-A-Poem activity I had intended it to be, but even so it was all good fun.

Wordplay : Sturdy for Common Things

Mrs. Lodges Library: Shelve-it Wow. I just followed this link and blew an hour. Besides an awesome (and much needed) shelving game, this blog is PERFECT! Can't wait to start using some of her ideas. aca

Mrs. Lodge's Library: Shelve-it

Name That Book. Find illustrations from children's picture books, and create a display to challenge your students to identify the title of the books.

elementarylibraryroutines - Bulletin Boards & Displays

Book Fortune Teller (Crystal Light container plus popsicle sticks) Kids pull a stick which tells them a call number range and the subject, like "a book about dogs." They learn basic Dewey and enamored with the "fortune telling" aspect

Author's message with Kevin Henkes (author study) | theme anchor chart

Adventures in Teaching: Author's Message

Library book recommendation bulletin board. The children created book recommendation book marks for other children.

Primary Possibilities: Five For Friday

Primary Possibilities: Five For Friday

High School Library Display Ideas | Books in a Series" high school library display.

Pin by Traci Matthews on school stuff | Pinterest

Pictures of staff holding their favorite book in front of their faces. Kids have to guess who's behind the book!

uploading a book trailer to Follett Destiny

Picture Book Madness: The Results Are In!