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I finally finished the kids reading nook area in our homeschooling classroom. I made a cushion pad and pillows. Also added the word " read". They are cardboard letters I picked up at Joanne's 50% off. Spray painted with metallic paint. I heard zeke reading to himself on a Sunday morning. It made me so happy that the hard work I have been doing for homeschooling my children is all worth it!
Great tips! comfy seats, varied and plentiful book storage, art/decor that appeals to the whole family, and some organization so kids find what they want. "4 Tips to creating the perfect reading nook for your kids by Anne with an 'e' via Time Out for Women"
Wondering how to make the cutest little kids' reading nook? To create a budget-friendly reading corner for her kids, this clever mom repurposed rain gutters and end caps from Home Depot to make book shelves. (via Vegas Mother Runner)
We are creating a closet reading nook in our daughter's playroom, and… :: Hometalk
Kids Reading Nook added to a closet
Create a reading nook, in a closet, for kids with a little easy construction and sliding closet doors.
10 Inspiring Toddler Reading Spaces
Transform the space under Q's built-in desk into a reading nook. Staple fabric along "ceiling" and sides and add comfy pillows. Add a shelf or basket for books. Use her DREAM hooks for her dress-up clothes.
Rain gutters from any home improvement store to make a reading corner!!