Your library looks great!Jenniferlaughinbrunette@hotmail.comFirst Grade Blue SKies
At the top of my to do list for this summer is to make label for everythingMs. Pattersonpocketofkinders@gmail.com
One of my goals for next year is to sort and label my classroom library :-)Kimkgrant914@gmail.com
I have the same posters...love them! Your room is well-organized!tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com
Love seeing classroom pics- great firstname.lastname@example.org✰AmberSparkles , Smiles, and Student Teaching
Your library center looks amazing. I purchased my book bins from the dollar store. I'm still organizing all my books (DRA level, genre, etc.). Thank you for sharing. Amyakenyon@bgcs.k12.oh.us
I love your library! I really need to get my books organized this summmer... Thanks for sharing where you got your resources!Amyamy_146@yahoo.comKrazy About Kiddos
Your library looks very inviting, just like a library should be. :)Tammywww.foreverin1st.blogspot.com
Wow- you have a ton of books, but they are all so organized! Way to go! Do they stay that way all year?? Ya know, once your kiddos start diving into them :)BeckyTeaching, learning, & Loving
Your blog and TPT items make me "smile."
I love how you have your classroom library organized!! :)Lisafsuteach81@yahoo.com
I LOVE your library! I also love your rotation you have going. GREAT idea! =) I might have to give that a try next year.Ms. SmithAdventures of Ms. Smith
Your library looks amazing! Pretty sure it would take up at least half of my classroom! I've got an itty bitty shelf crammed full of books sorted by AR level. Definitely wish I had more room to sort by genres. Love the Beth Newingham's stuff as well! Tales of An Elementary Teachereangelakos@gmail.com
I love how everything is labeled!Katedancinqueenks23@aol.com
Wow - your library looks SOOOOOOOOOOOOO organized. How close are you to Michigan? Wanna come and do mine?!?!?HollyCrisscross Applesauce in First Grade
I love how organized your library is and how many book nooks you have!
WOW! It looks SO good! I WISH I had that much room, books, AND organization.:) I'm always running out of books or my students don't take care of them. :( I love your library email@example.com
Your room looks great! I love your book baskets!
I love your book nook chart!
I would love to see a closer up view of your picture for where students go each day. When you get back from your vacation (hope you're having a WONDERFUL time), I would love if you could take a couple of closer pictures!Cynthia2nd Grade Pad
You are so organized Sara! I love your room and the baskets are fantastic! I'm so jealous you are on vacation! We have our Spring Break next week and I am counting down! :o)Kideducator@comcast.net
I love your reading nooks and your ideas. I've just started teaching second grade this year after a long time teaching year 5 and 6. I am loving the inspiration I gain from your blog and other 2nd grade teacher's blogs too. Take CareBelinda from Sydney, AustraliaEmail - firstname.lastname@example.org
I need to make a "seat choice" chart....it would solve a lot of problems:-)LaurieChickadee Jubilee
Your class library looks fantastic!! I love your basket labels!Jenniferjenniferlalsip(at)yahoo(dot)comThe First Grade Dream
You can see all the hard work that has gone into your beautiful classroom library! I too pick up books that are withdrawn from collection at local libraries! Fluency is such an important part in a child journey to read. Winning your pack would be the icing on the cake!Renaterenate.email@example.com
I organized my books similar to yours last summer! ~Ashleeashleenewberry@hotmail.com
Having the classroom library organized really helps. I am new to 2nd grade this year and I am still accumulating books, so my bins aren't so full yet. Hopefully after a few years :)Alialischepis(at)gmail(dot)comAn Education Lasts a Lifetime
Love the chart where everyone gets a turn! Great room!rmariemuniz(at)hotmail(dot)com
y'know my own Grade Three teacher gave us all numbers. I had not thought of doing that right now, but I can see that it makes it very easy to reuse your materials every year. Hmmmm Maybe next year.Sandrawww.savvyteachingtips.blogspot.com
Who doesn't need more ways to practice fluency? Not me! :)JennyLuckeyfrog's Lilypad
I am just starting in 2nd grade this upcoming year. I love seeing what everyone does.