Milk carton birdhouses on paper birch tree- cool display!

Exploring ideas about home and family- who lives inside? Milk carton birdhouses on paper birch tree- cute!

Poet-Tree Corner. Great space for students to read, relax and learn!   Features: Fadeless® Reclaimed Brick, Fadeless® Wispy Clouds, Pacon® Natural Kraft Wrapping Paper, Tru-Ray® Construction Paper, Bordette® Borders, Pacon® Anchor Charts and Classroom Keepers®.

Great space for students to read relax and learn Features Fadeless Reclaimed Brick Fadeless Wispy Clouds Pacon Natural Kraft Wrapping Paper Tru-Ray Construction Paper Bordette Borders Pacon Anchor Charts and Classroom Keepers.

Wet yarn with glue, arrange on wax paper, allow to dry

Wet yarn with glue, arrange on wax paper, allow to dry~Moon~by Elaine Carstairs Beautiful. I suspect the children would have a blast creating this, and then tracing it.

Leader in me tree. Use paper and pom poms from party city.

I got really stuck on a nature thing when we talked about creating an environment in your classroom so this tree looked really pretty and I thought it would be awesome to have in a reading corner where students could read in the "shade".

Magic treehouse themed classroom door!

Apple ideas: this teacher did a "Magic tree house"- themed classroom door, which would also work as an apple tree. I love the "grass" & tissue paper "leaves".

Honey Bee Birthday Love this to go with the pooh bear birthday pin.

Andie's Honey Bee Birthday

Book Paper Art Sculpture Tree of Life by MalenaValcarcel on Etsy

Book Paper Art Sculpture - Tree of Life

Genre tree. Use different colored leaves to write the titles of different genres of books you read as a class. I use green for fiction, yellow is realistic fiction, red non fiction, and orange for biographies.  The end of the year you have a full tree!

Use different colored leaves to write the titles of different genres of books you read as a class. I use green for fiction, yellow is realistic fiction, red non fiction, and orange for biographies. The end of the year you have a full tree!

Genre reading tree- Students are encouraged to read different genres of books. Each leaf/color represents a different genre. Once a student finishes a book they fill out the corresponding leaf with the title of the book and their name. Great way to get kids motivated to read different genres. They love it!

Genre reading tree- Students are encouraged to read different genres of books. Each leaf/color represents a different genre. Once a student finishes a book they fill out the corresponding leaf with the title of the book and their name. Great way to get kids motivated to read different genres. They love it!

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