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Book Fair Tips

Ideas to make your Scholastic Book Fairs more fun and more $uccessful!

Stamped dollar store tablecloths turned into flags. Pinner's husband made trumpets made of extra long, heavy duty funnels from Walmart (in the automotive dept.) which fitted perfectly into plastic pvc pipes and painted gold. Total cost around $4 each including gold tassels.--wow!!

Use $1 plastic tablecloths to decorate doorways and windows.. Wonderful idea! Just think using red and green at Christmas and maybe putting a candy candy cane or two in the ribbon. How cute! (Librarian--think Scholastic tablecloths--for book fairs and beyond!)

That's My Letter: "P" is for Party #2

Book Fair Fiesta: this taco display can be found in the Chairperson's Toolkit.

Reading is a fiesta waiting to happen--like the ruffles at the top.

Fiesta Teacher Wish List Baskets

Scholastic Book Fair Spring 2013. We used the table cloths that came with the kit and cut them out like slime for an accent on the tables :) You can always cut and combine the table cloths for an extra splash of color!

Scholastic Book Fair "Mummy Monday". Students guessed the mummy staff person from the pictures on the board. This would be a fun book fair activity to adapt to any theme!

Scholastic Book Fairs employee dressed as Buzz from Tedd Arnold’s award winning FLY GUY series.

Scholastic Book Fairs - Your Reading Partner

Christmas backdrop for pictures...We could do this with multi-color lights for our fiesta book fair this spring!

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This has some great ideas for Egyptian Decorations for the library!

Spectacular Story Time: SRP 2013: Dig into Reading!

Candyland Book Fair! The kids loved it!