I’m a great believer in savouring the summer holidays as long as possible, but I do have to say that making my classroom look beautiful was always a pretty cathartic experience for me, even if it couldn’t look beautiful for very long! But that’s the thing, children like to USE things, and inevitably with that use, comes an element of destruction. Nonetheless, coming up with ideas for your class reading corner or reading area can be quite challenging – you want to do something different to last year, something creative and inspiring, but either on a tight budget or for free – and where do you start? Luckily, we’ve got a selection of book corner ideas you are going to love – and that can easily be replicated in your own classroom. Let’s get started (all photos used with permission by the way).
Book Corner Inspiration!
We spotted these reading area ideas by KS1 teacher Kerry Foster and thought they looked super creative!
This reading corner idea from Rachel Lianne we thought was really inspiring – and cosy too!
Inspiration from Rebecca Cummins – love the rug!
Another cosy book corner idea, this time from Emma Louise.
We love this sparkly idea from Rachel Bengough.
This looks like paradise! From year 1 teacher Amy Mackin.
Cathy Stephans has this colourful reading corner idea inspired by Dr Zeus!
A red riding hood inspired reading corner from Chloe Nolan.
These reading area ideas from teacher Lucy are inspiring!
Like these? You can download our awesome instant display packs here!
Have you got any reading display ideas – we’d love to see them! Send them over to firstname.lastname@example.org.