See my collection of classroom library labels here.
This teacher did a DIY project with marquee letters (#ad) to create the beautiful READ letters for her classroom library. This is what she said about it: "I bought 4 letters to spell READ for my classroom library. I wanted to have them be more fun so I took each letter apart and spray painted it and put a scrapbook paper print on the front to give it a unique look. It was super easy and I’m not crafty at all."
Classroom Library Spring themed Bulletin Board Idea: Rooted in Reading. The tree (#ad) and butterflies (#ad) are from School Girl Style.
This teacher used narrow trash bins (#ad) as library bins for storing her large workbooks since most library bins would not have been tall enough to support them.
For cube shelves, another tip is to place small metal file holders within each cubicle of your library bookcase. It you look closely at the picture above with the books in the shelf, you can see the white file holder keeping the books neat and upright. The metal file holders fit in the IKEA Kallax shelf unit perfectly.
Make a reading showcase like this these if you have the space in your classroom. I like this bulletin board design. The first poster (#ad) reads 'Today a Reader, Tomorrow a Leader' and these book cut-outs (#ad) were used. The second poster can be found here (#ad).
More ideas will be added soon. #ClassroomCubeShelfUnit #ClassroomLibraryDecorIdeas #ClassroomLibrary