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reading area in pre 5 setting

Discussion in 'Early Years' started by broompark, Feb 25, 2012.

  1. I have recently become the literacy champion in my establishment. I feel the book corner is too big and the children are not using the area appropriately. I have stocked it with all the required resources but would like to make it smaller and cosier. I am meeting with resistance from colleagues and would like research to back up my ideas. Please help. BROOMPARK
     
  2. I have recently become the literacy champion in my establishment. I feel the book corner is too big and the children are not using the area appropriately. I have stocked it with all the required resources but would like to make it smaller and cosier. I am meeting with resistance from colleagues and would like research to back up my ideas. Please help. BROOMPARK
     

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