Creating Your Own Classroom Library: Set-up
PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8
Examples & Tips for Organizing Classroom Books from Teachers at Becker Primary School Becker, MN
Click to view the slide show of examples.
Resources to Help You Arrange Your Classroom Library:
- Download What An Effective Library Looks Like: Organization and Layout (PDF) for a quick reference on creating an effective classroom library.
- Check our grade-by-grade guide to a print-rich classroom for suggestions on arranging books and student areas.
- Use the Class Set-up Tool to rearrange the furniture in your classroom. Move desks, activity tables, chalk boards, and book cases without lifting a finger.
Source: Your Classroom Library: New Ways to Give it More Teaching Power, by D. Ray Reutzel and Parker C. Fawson