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The Thinker Builder: How I INTRODUCE My Classroom Library [Part Four in the Classroom Library Series]

How I INTRODUCE My Classroom Library [Part Four in the Classroom Library Series]

How to use Reading A-Z books in your classroom library:  fold together the pages and the laminated cover, staple the book, then duct tape the spine.  Use different colors of tape for different levels.  Put the same duct tape on the outside of the tub, for easy sorting.

Wicked Fun in First Grade How to use Reading A-Z boooks in your classroom library. After you fold the pages and cut the laminating, (only laminate the cover) you staple the books together. Then,Duct tape! Different colored tape for different levels!

Creating Readers and Writers: Shopping Cards

I've been teaching first grade for a long time and I've had so many guided reading groups, I probably talk about it in my sleep.

Really Good Stuff published my idea in their monthly newsletter! :)

Weekly Giveaway: Classroom Library Leveled Bin Labels and Book Stickers for Grades

How I STOCK My Classroom Library [Part Three in the Classroom Library Series] from The Thinker Builder

How I STOCK My Classroom Library [Part Three in the Classroom Library Series]

The Thinker Builder: How I STOCK My Classroom Library [Part Three in the Classroom Library Series]

classroom library stick holders

Classroom Library Stick Holders

Library Sticks - students put these in the book boxes where they take out a book. They can leave them there until they return it.

The Thinker Builder: How I ORGANIZE My Classroom Library [Part Two in the Classroom Library Series]

How I ORGANIZE My Classroom Library [Part Two in the Classroom Library Series]

The Thinker Builder: How I ORGANIZE My Classroom Library [Part Two in the Classroom Library Series] good ideas that can transfer to the music classroom book collection!

Stuff old t-shirts with pillows to create a nook for a reading library. | 35 Money-Saving Classroom DIYs For The Teacher On A Budget

Here are some resourceful DIYs that will turn cheap and everyday objects into something useful for the classroom.

Walker's Corner Classroom: Reading

Organizing Your Classroom Library When I first started teaching, a classroom library was daunting.

Motivation to Read 2.  "School Library."  Make your classroom library realistic to that of the public library.  Use library cards and check out cards to keep track of what books are being checked out.  The children like the idea of ownership.    -Scroll down to a little under half

" Make your classroom library realistic to that of the public library. Use library cards and check out cards to keep track of what books are being checked out.

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