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Are you feeling overrun by books in your program? You've come to the right spot! It's so important to have an assortment of quality reading materials available for young children, however, it's not necessary for your children to have complete access to your whole book collection at all times. For this process, we are going to take a look at setting up and organizing your teacher library. Once this in place, you can easily rotate your book collection into and out of a smaller student library/reading space without hassle!
A reading space (or Library as it is sometimes referred to) provides an area for young children to independently examine books and literacy materials. In this space, children are fostering a love for learning, expanding their vocabulary, learning book handling skills, navigating social awareness, developing language skills, and learning so much about the world!
Below you can find some great Library & Reading Spaces shared by our readers as well as suggested items to add to your space based on the ages you care for.
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