Barnette Reading Bulletin Board by katiehsanders, via Flickr
Using a Reading Tree to Encourage Reading - every child gets a branch with fruit or blossoms to represent books read.
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I made this owl tree for my third grade reading area. The kids love it!
Our 3-D Tree for My Forest Explorer Theme! Took forever to make, but it was worth it!
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I love the idea of kids moving to different branches as reading level increases.
Reading tree. Stuff like this is why my dream job is the sadly no longer existent full-time elementary school librarian.
Tree idea for Reading Area, tent... Options: attach some of the branches to the ceiling /or drape thin blue cloth for sky/night sky. Add white Christmas lights to the "sky" i.e. on the hanging fabric or wall ceiling.
Reading Corner! « hannahdamiani want this in my classroom ;)