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Resources for reading corner

Discussion in 'Primary' started by rainbowdrop86, May 29, 2011.

  1. rainbowdrop86

    rainbowdrop86 New commenter

    hi all, im moving to yr 2 in september and want to set up a reading corner. Want to make it really cosy. Does anyone have any ideas of resources to put in my reading corner, and where i can get them from quite cheap?
    im also considering a writing area, and a role play area, depending on the size room i get!!!! currently our yr2 has no areas of provision but our HT is keen to introduce some
     
  2. rainbowdrop86

    rainbowdrop86 New commenter

    hi all, im moving to yr 2 in september and want to set up a reading corner. Want to make it really cosy. Does anyone have any ideas of resources to put in my reading corner, and where i can get them from quite cheap?
    im also considering a writing area, and a role play area, depending on the size room i get!!!! currently our yr2 has no areas of provision but our HT is keen to introduce some
     
  3. cally1980

    cally1980 Established commenter

    I went to Ikea and bought some mats, big cushions and the big green leaf shade thing. Then I made a tree on the wall from sugar paper and cut out loads of leaves, the idea being that every time a child enjoys a book they can write it on a leaf and add it to the tree. I also stuck up some motivational posters and printed/laminated jungle animals so it is kind of like a reading jungle.
     
  4. rainbowdrop86

    rainbowdrop86 New commenter

    can i ask a personal question? were u given a budget, or was it ur own money?
     

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