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ideas for children's area
Check it out - again by Therin of Andor, via Flickr LOVE the "CHECK IT OUT" idea for the desk. We could do it in vinyl @Kari Jones Jones Tedford
diy ornaments. styrofoam covered in glitter. Brilz! Much less expensive than the big ornaments at the store!
Kids table - 6 foot shelf from Home Depot, shelf braces and chair from Ikea..what a great idea! Playroom...
Don't donate that old coffee table just yet! Use chalk board paint and bright colors to make the perfect kid's table that your children CAN draw on.
For library - Milk crates zip-tied together on their sides so that a bench seat fits on top and bins can slide inside them. Want to do this!
My Reggio inspired classroom.
Childrens' Storytelling Area at Alum Rock by San José Library, via Flickr
Make your own Architectural Letters
It starts with a hula-hoop and several roles of crepe paper. Once you have them all attached to the hula-hoop you raise it into place and then twirl and attach all the streamers to the walls.
pom pom chair - fun storytime chair
This could encourage browsing in the non-fiction area...
landscape-your-library by Barbara Braxton via Slideshare
Library book return
Floating Authors and their corresponding characters over the picture book area - For those still learning their ABC's. (Rachel Moani)
Children's Room with storytimes under the trees
the kids at my library LOVE the summertime and holiday craft table! One of our favs :)
LFI - Products
These angled benches can be arranged in a straight row or use them for "L" or "U" shaped reading areas. Company went out of business, though.
Middle School Library
K-12 Scope and Sequence Model for Library Media Curriculum
Christmas Paper Crafts (maybe book pages)
Use little, mini adirondack chairs for in the library!
I gave one as a prize during summer reading program.
Cute idea! Maybe I can find one or two on clearance!
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