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Put some "reading buddies" in the classroom library. :)

Who doesn't love a reading buddy? I want to have a bucket like this in my Kindergarten reading center so that my students can have a reading buddy if they want one.

New story telling shelves my classroom this week. Used lost and found and quack, quack, moo we see you as the books. Props, scenery and sequencing cards for children to retell the stories. EYchloe

New story telling shelves my classroom this week. Used lost and found and quack, quack, moo we see you as the books. Props, scenery and sequencing cards for children to retell the stories.

Follow this simple story stones DIY and have beautiful creative story prompts for your kids made in minutes but that they can play with again and again.

Sea Story Stones DIY

The Children can make these simple story stones and invent stories using them as prompts! so many different adventures formed from simple beach stones

One half of our Book Corner. The 'Listening Bears' are waiting for the children to come and share a book with them! They have a label on a ribbon saying 'I like listening to stories.' Books read at storytime are displayed on bookstands with the days of the week labels attached. A popular place to be in Class 1!

A story corner is a great way to model reading! There should be a library in the classroom organized by reading level, genre, and topic. Some should be displayed forward for the cover to be shown. It will become a popular place to be in Class!

Kids Craft Story Stones! Fabulous kids craft to inspire the imagination!

Telling Tales with Story Stones

Story Stones make a super cute project the kids will absolutely enjoy creating and playing with. Perfect for summer!