Room Organization

Reading Center

Help encourage your kids to read and want to go to the reading center by making it cozy and comfortable. Try to obtain pillows from parents or local thrift shops. For chairs, use old tires painted with fun colors.The kids will love helping you paint the tires. They can put a pillow on the tire and they'll have a fun place to read! Another possible seat is an old tree stump or a blow-up raft. Ask parents to help you to make the reading center an enjoyable place for your students. You can also make a tree out of butcher paper and ribbon. Crumble up brown butcher paper to make the stump and hang green streamers from the ceiling to make the leaves.

More Room Organization Ideas

Table Organization
Shared Supplies
Computer CD Organizer
Gym Equipment Control
Desk Check
Reading Center
Supply Labels
Headphone Control
Scrap Box
Drawer Labels
Housekeeping Documents
Center Necklaces
Class Store
Bell Work
Pencil Pockets
Supply Totes
Bulletin Board File
Theme Booklet
Make Books Accessible
Learning Displays
Computer Time
Pencil Sharpening
Center Attendance
Cereal Box Folders
Calculator Caddy
Classroom Library
Transparency Tracking
Center Savvy
Math Manipulatives
Magazine Clippings
Crayon R-e-s-p-e-c-t
Weekly Inventory
Scrap Box
Center Map
Valentine Keepers
Art Portfolios
Water Bottles
Class Books
Parent Helpers
Center Organization
Center Worksheets
Centers Made Simple