It’s amazing how, when you have some free time, creativity and thoughts are allowed to unfold. So, as it’s summer and I’m getting into my summer reading (although a bit behind at the moment) I started thinking about reading areas. In my previous post, I mentioned how a reading area can inspire young readers. I listed it as a strategy for parents to use to help their children enjoy reading more. This however, is not something that applies only to children; adults will benefit from such areas as well.
With this in mind I started thinking about my reading area at home and promptly started searching the net for reading corner ideas. In this post, I will share my own and also add some of my favourites . The sites are included for obvious copyright reasons but also, so you can look at them in more detail, if any inspire you.
1. Reading nook ‘toddler’.
2. Reading nook ‘youngster’.
3. Reading nook ‘teen’.
4. Reading nook ‘young adult’.
5. Traditional reading nook.
6. My reading nook.
Hope you found this post inspiring and it gets you into your reading nook!
Don’t have one? That’s o.k! It’s never too late, now is the time to get started!
That’s really a great idea. Another one! You’re inspired this summer I can see. Can’t wait for us to start our year together! We need classroom reading nooks too!
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Thanks, Toni! The feeling is mutual!
Yes, absolutely!!! Reading nooks in the classroom, already onto it! 😉