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    Classroom Book Displays


    Classroom Book Displays

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    How to make that PVC fort that's all over Pinterest. Reading nook for the classroom? So fun!

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    How do you store your kids' children's book? I use book baskets in my kids' rooms. Here are 13 DIY book storage ideas at B-InspiredMama.com.

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    neat idea

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    $4 ikea spice rack book shelves

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    classroom library!

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    Kinder-Craze: Fancy Up Your Sterlite Drawers

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    back to school ideas (also: "how do you like to learn?" printable student survey)

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    Super cute writing center area - I love the round table

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    Clutter-Free Classroom classroom decorations.

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    Black backdrops for a bulletin board, with white gutters, really emphasize book covers. Two or three of these in an odd corner space is a great way to make use of small or limited space.

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    Could this cozy display of books be any more inviting? Cheryl Cole stencils inexpensive plastic chairs with READ, decorates them with stickers, and puts large garden tubs of books next to them for browsing. The pillows soften the seats and are easy to clean.

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    Three ways for young readers to find a book independently - with a picture cue, author or topic, or by bin number in Beth Lawson's second-grade classroom.

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    Katie Doherty installs inexpensive white gutters below her classroom whiteboard - a great way to display new books and use space that is often wasted in classrooms. Books are at eye level for students during work on the rug.

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    Black shelves against a black wall make featured books "pop" in Beth Lawson's second-grade classroom.

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