Then and Now: Reading Corner

Saturday, September 10, 2011

Then and Now: Reading Corner


13 comments:

  1. So much more inviting....wish I could cuddle up and read. Looks cozy. Less clutter making it easier for students to concentrate and relax. Well done!

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  2. Thank you! We tried to keep it simple.

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  3. Very inviting, did you add writing tools in the reading area also?

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  4. Hi,

    Thank you! We tried our best to making it look inviting.

    We did not add any writing tools to our reading corner last year (they are everywhere else!), but that's a good suggestion. This year our room looks quite different, and I will consider adding some sticky notes and pencils to my book rug.

    I plan to post more pictures this week.

    :)

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  5. I love what you've done with the reading space! It looks so inviting, warm and cozy!

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  6. Thanks! The children really enjoyed it! :)

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  7. Thank you so much for your inspiring blog! I love going there regularly to see your beautiful room and get ideas. I am learning more and more about the Reggio approach and I also tr to incorporate some Waldorf ideas into my NYC public school K classroom. Many thanks for your generous sharing of your inquiry work.

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  8. It is for blog visitors like yourself that I share!

    Thank you for continuing to pop in to see what we have been up to!

    I am trying to incorporate a more eclectic approach myself!

    Would love for you to share some of your Waldorf inspired insights by adding another comment...

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  9. Love your space! What an amazing environment for little learners. Do you work at the Acorn School?

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  10. Hi,

    Thank you! I appreciate you taking the time to leave a comment!

    I do not work at Acorn School. It is a private school run in Richmond Hill. I have collaborated with them though, and really respect their learning environment and work. They are very inspiring!

    I work at a public school in Richmond Hill, where I teach Full-Day Kindergarten.

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  11. What a great reading corner! Thank you for sharing this with us. Just one question, where did you get the READ posters? I would like to use this too for our reading corner if you don't mind. Thank you!

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  12. Hello,

    The posters are from Scholastic Canada sales and Scholars Choice.

    I'm not sure if they still have them.

    Good luck!

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  13. where is the bookshelf from. it's great.

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